Amtrak has been among the #infrastructure law's beneficiaries. Eugene Mulero has the details in Capitol Agenda.November 21, 2023
ATA President Chris Spear: Throughout our lives, we rely on a multitude of goods and services to prosper as individuals and as a nation. But no industry is more central to that story than trucking.
When implementing a telematics solution, an in-depth telematics policy goes hand-in-hand with achieving driver buy-in: it defines why telematics is necessary, how the system works, and why drivers must use it. MiX Telematics recommends these essential elements to ensure the success of your telematics policy.July 1, 2018
WASHINGTON — Rep. Peter DeFazio is never far from home. His small office at the Rayburn House Office Building is a bona fide southwest Oregon visitor center. Visitors are greeted by posters of college football matchups featuring Oregon schools, photos of the Pacific coast and majestic mountains and a cute little beaver reminiscent of a Gund stuffed animal by the front desk.June 19, 2017
The Trump administration is moving to renegotiate terms of the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico, and a request from the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative for comments on how to proceed has drawn a plea from the trucking industry to reshape, but not scuttle the landmark trade deal.
Truckers and other transportation stakeholders last week voiced a variety of regulatory, infrastructure and funding concerns to the House Highways and Transit Subcommittee.
WASHINGTON — A Senate panel unanimously approved a six-year highway policy bill that boosts freight programs and would increase funding for infrastructure projects.June 29, 2015
The leaders of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee introduced a six-year transportation policy measure June 23 that would pave the way for improvements along freight corridors and highway infrastructure projects.June 23, 2015
WASHINGTON — The nature of drug problems for drivers in general, including those who operate trucks and buses commercially, is changing, and fleet managers need to be aware, the acting chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board said.
WASHINGTON — State transportation leaders urged Congress to develop a national freight policy and pass a long-term transportation bill — soon.January 19, 2015