Pennsylvania transportation planners broke new ground to identify concrete steps and priority locations for new truck parking spots in a report spearheaded by the state’s top trucking group.
As a response to the high volume of crashes along I-81 in Pennsylvania, the state police launched an initiative with the FMCSA and the PMTA to promote highway safety.
The Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association and four trucking company members are suing two commonwealth agencies over adoption of California's heavy-truck emission standards.
A recent report from Pennsylvania’s Transportation Revenue Options Commission shows a mileage-based user fee could serve as a viable option for long-term transportation funding.
As a response to statewide efforts to combat COVID-19, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has extended expiration dates pertaining to commercial driver licenses.
Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association President Jim Runk announced his retirement pending the expected hiring of a successor this summer.