Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

CSA Reform Bill Introduced in US House

Driver behind the wheel Carriers would be able to request regular safety audits under a pilot program if the bill gets passed. (mladenbalinovac/Getty Images)

A new bill from the U.S. House proposes a pilot program to review potential benefits of remote carrier compliance reviews under the Compliance, Safety, Accountability program, as well as a national hiring standard for the trucking industry.

Eugene Mulero | Senior Reporter
October 9, 2020
Government, Safety

Expect 2018 to Be a Year of Technological Innovation, Deputy Administrator Says

WASHINGTON — A top federal regulatory official for trucking said her agency’s priorities this year will include a special emphasis on encouraging technological innovation in the commercial motor vehicle industry.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
January 9, 2018
Government, Safety

FMCSA to Host Public Meeting on Agency's CSA Action Plan

FMCSA officials announced that the agency will host a public meeting Sept. 8 to hear presentations from a National Academy of Sciences panel that issued a report on how regulators can improve the Compliance, Safety, Accountability program’s safety measurement system.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
August 22, 2017
Government, Safety

FMCSA to Begin Crash Accountability Program to Aid Fleets’ Safety Scores

FMCSA is beginning a two-year crash preventability demonstration program that will classify a crash as “not preventable” on a carrier’s Safety Measurement System profile in instances where the carrier is not at fault.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
July 27, 2017

ATA Continues to Call for Revision of CSA Scoring System

American Trucking Associations is again calling for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to improve its Compliance, Safety, Accountability carrier monitoring system.

Josh Janney | Special to Transport Topics
July 29, 2015