Government, Business, Safety

DOT to Propose Eliminating Paperwork Requirement, Says Will Save Trucking $1.7 Billion Annually

Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Thursday the Department of Transportation will propose eliminating an inspection paperwork requirement that will save the trucking industry $1.7 billion annually.

Timothy Cama | Staff Reporter
August 1, 2013
Government, Business

Appeals Court to Rule on California Meal-Break Law

A trio of California Penske driver-installers has asked a federal appeals court to overturn a lower federal court ruling that exempts motor carriers from compliance with the state’s meal- and rest-break requirements.

Eric Miller | Staff Reporter
November 27, 2012
Special Coverage, Business

ATA Sets Policy on Potential Sleep Disorder Screenings

LAS VEGAS — American Trucking Associations’ directors told federal officials that any regulations on sleep disorder screenings should be developed through the formal rulemaking process and not through an informal procedure.

Transport Topics Staff
October 11, 2012