7 Trucking Regulations That Could Change Your World
Program Aired: June 23, 2022. Over the next two years federal regulators are expected to propose new trucking regulations that will significantly alter the world in which professional drivers, motor carriers, and trucks operate. Precisely how these regulations come about – their timing, cost, and content – are strongly affected by politics, the economy and by you, through your comments to the rulemaking dockets.June 23, 2022
Learn to Leverage Technology and Data to Help Mitigate Your Risk
Program Aired: April 21, 2022. Managing compliance is critical in a landscape of nuclear verdicts and company-crushing audit violation penalties.April 21, 2022
Biden White House Proposes NEPA Guidance Updates
A proposal to restore certain environmental review guidelines for infrastructure projects that were modified by the Trump administration was announced by the Biden White House.
Railroads Would Save $17 Million With Construction Equipment Exemption
Several types of railroad construction and maintenance equipment would be exempted from OSHA’s construction crane rule if details of a proposal released July 18 take effect.
High Customer Expectations and Changing Regulations: How to Compete in Today’s Trucking Market
View this webinar.November 2, 2017
Coming Soon to California: Cars Without a Human Behind the Wheel
California took another step Oct. 11 toward permitting testing of self-driving vehicles without a human driver, continuing a shift away from previous policies that companies criticized as being overly restrictive.
FMCSA Grants Truck Renting and Leasing Association a Limited Five-Year ELD Exemption
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced that it is granting the Truck Renting and Leasing Association a five-year exemption from a federal requirement that all trucks be equipped with electronic logging devices to record drivers’ hours of service.
Self-Driving Big-Rig Technology Moving Quickly Down the On-Ramp
While advancements in autonomous — or self-driving — cars get much of the attention, development of self-driving commercial vehicles is speeding forward.
Industry Stakeholders Generally Support a National Academy of Sciences CSA Study, But Still See Challenges Ahead
While many trucking stakeholders have said for years that they support the Compliance, Safety, Accountability program in concept, not all are convinced that the recommendations of an elite academic panel of the National Academy of Sciences will plug all the holes in the program.
Bill Allowing 80,000 Self-Driving Cars on the Road Passes Senate Panel
WASHINGTON – On a unanimous voice vote, a Senate committee approved legislation Oct. 4 that authorizes self-driving car makers to sell as many as 80,000 vehicles a year within three years that would be exempt from current safety standards as manufacturers develop technology for autonomous vehicles.