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On our Sept. 22 show, host Dan Ronan's guests include TT reporters Eric Miller and Eleanor Lamb, as well as independent electric vehicle analyst Greg Morrison and American Association of Port Authorities President Kurt Nagle. They will be discussing:
- Arizona is selling a huge parcel of land as it plans to widen a section of Interstate 10 in Phoenix.
- Rhode Island officials say their truck tolling program is bringing in more revenue than expected.
- What state officials and FMCSA are doing to help the people of waterlogged North Carolina after Hurricane Florence.
- The impact the Trump Administration’s trade tariffs could have on shippers as they rush to get items in place before the holidays.
- The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has issued a final rule that will allow certificated medical examiners to decide whether truck drivers with stable diabetes are qualified to drive, eliminating a requirement that the drivers seek an exemption from the agency before being allowed to get behind the wheel.
Below is a list of links to stories referenced during the Sept. 15 program.
- EPA Inspector General to Audit Agency’s Emissions Test on Gliders
- HOS Rules Eased as Hurricane Florence Approaches
- EPA to Study Financial Implications of Maritime Emissions Rules
Below is a list of links to stories referenced during the Sept. 8 program.
- FMCSA to Hold Listening Session on Proposed HOS Changes
- FMCSA Making Progress as It Evaluates Possible CSA Changes, but Concerns Linger
- Coaching Program at Nussbaum Helps Drivers Develop Fuel-Efficient Habits
- Congress Missing in Action on Autonomous Technology Could Hinder States, Lawmaker Warns