West Virginia will use an FMCSA grant for $140,729 to provide more accurate and timely data to state law enforcement about commercial motor vehicle safety accidents.November 1, 2023
A West Virginia community and technical college can now enhance its commercial driver license training with a pair of sophisticated driving simulators courtesy of the state.October 6, 2023
As of June, holders in West Virginia of a commercial driver license instruction permit will have a yearlong validity date instead of the initial, current six months.April 4, 2023
West Virginia is demolishing two travel plazas along its turnpike to create modern ones, adding a total of 45 new truck parking places, announced Gov. Jim Justice.November 21, 2022
Daniel Harmon understood what people in Kentucky were confronting when flooding overwhelmed parts of the state in July. The West Virginia native has experienced it, and when he saw it happening to neighboring Kentucky, he wanted to help.October 28, 2022
The West Virginia Legislature has passed a bill to allow use or nonuse of seat belts as admissible evidence in civil actions, a legislative step the trucking industry has applauded.
The American Society of Civil Engineers on Dec. 2 released infrastructure report cards for Maine and West Virginia, both of which reflect challenges associated with aging infrastructure and financial needs.
Gov. Jim Justice’s proposal to sell $1.4 billion or more in bonds to fund highways and infrastructure projects reached a receptive audience in West Virginia Contractors Association Executive Director Mike Clowser.