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Government, Business, Safety, Logistics, Perspective

Perspective: Let Your Voice Bring About Change

When the laws governing the trucking business inevitably change, those who show up and speak up can help bring change for the better.

Donald G. Oren | Chairman, Dart Transit Co.
November 22, 2019
Business

ATA Honors 12 Federation Executives for Service to Industry

ATA Service Award Honorees at 2019 MCE The 12 state trucking association and conference executives represent a combined 165 years of industry experience. (John Sommers II for Transport Topics)

SAN DIEGO — American Trucking Associations honored 12 state trucking and conference executives — representing a combined 165 years of experience — for their notable service to the industry at ATA’s annual Management Conference & Exhibition on Oct. 7. “Our association is strong because of the hard work of leaders like these,” incoming ATA Chairman Randy Guillot, president of Triple G Express Inc., said in a statement. “These men and women do remarkable work on behalf of ATA and the entire trucking industry, and it is our privilege to recognize them here at MCE.” ATA said the 12 executives represent a combined 165 years of experience.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
October 7, 2019
Government, Business

Shutdown Grinds On as Trump Offers Congressional Leaders Meeting

Nancy Pelosi Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg News

Major parts of the U.S. government will remain shuttered for a 12th day as President Donald Trump invited congressional leaders from both parties to a White House briefing Jan. 2 on border security.

Erik Wasson | Bloomberg News
January 2, 2019
Government

Deadline for INFRA Grants Set for Nov. 2

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The deadline to submit applications for new federal infrastructure grants is Nov. 2, the U.S. Department of Transportation has announced.

Eugene Mulero | Staff Reporter
July 5, 2017
Government

US DOT Revamps Infrastructure Grants

Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg News

State transportation authorities that sought funding for freight infrastructure grants will need to reapply for the federal funding availability, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced June 29.

Eugene Mulero | Staff Reporter
June 30, 2017
Government, Business

Consumers Sour on Outlook While Happy With Their Finances

Consumers shopping in New York City John Fraissinet/Flickr

The weakest U.S. consumer expectations since the election indicate growing concern about prospects for President Donald Trump’s agenda, though Americans’ high satisfaction with their finances should support continued spending, University of Michigan survey data showed June 30.

June 30, 2017
Government, Fuel

Record Number of Motorists Expected on Roads on July 4 Holiday

LA Traffic Eric Demarcq/Flickr

The number of Americans traveling by car for the Fourth of July holiday will hit a record high this year, fueled by a growing economy and relatively low gasoline prices, the nation’s largest motorists’ advocacy group said June 29.

Reuters | By Andreas Cremer
June 29, 2017
Government, Technology

Federal Highway Administration Partners With Inrix to Measure, Monitor, Report Health of Road Networks

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Traffic data from Inrix Inc., a Kirkland, Wash.-based global provider of car services and transportation analytics, will soon be helping to shape the federal government’s thought process on highway and driver issues.

Theo Douglas | Government Technology
June 8, 2017
Government, Business

OOIDA Loses Appeal in ELD Case

Rand McNally

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit denied the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association’s challenge to the federal electronic logging device mandate Oct. 31.

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
October 31, 2016
Government

Delaware DOT Looks to Enhance Freight Movement on Route 1, US 301

At just 1,954 square miles, Delaware is the nation’s second-smallest state besides Rhode Island. However, Delaware’s location between three of the eight largest metropolitan areas -- New York-Newark, New Jersey, Washington-Baltimore, and Philadelphia -- makes the state a constant when it comes to freight movement.

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
October 31, 2016

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