Transport Topics Radio has expanded its rebroadcast programming on SiriusXM Radio, Channel 146.
Each week, host Dan Ronan, TT’s associate news editor/print and multimedia, brings listeners up-to-date news from government, business, logistics and other sectors of the industry. The program initially airs live on Saturdays from 1-3 p.m. ET.
The program is also rebroadcast three times each weekend. In addition to the first airing, you can hear TT Radio at the following times:
• Saturday nights from 11 p.m. ET until Sundays at 1 a.m. ET
• Sunday afternoons from noon-2 p.m. ET
• Sunday nights from 9-11 p.m. ET
SiriusXM is available live and on demand at siriusxm.com with a paid subscription.
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On our Feb. 15 show, TT Associate News Editor/Print and Multimedia Dan Ronan will be joined by:
- TT reporter Eric Miller on the five people accused of participating in a two-year conspiracy to stage accidents with tractor-trailers in the New Orleans area pleading guilty to federal wire fraud charges.
- From Denver at the Natso convention, ChargePoint CEO Pasquale Romano and Natso Vice President of Government Relations David Fialkov on Natso and ChargePoint teaming up to develop a network of 4,000 charging stations nationwide to make more facilities available for electric vehicles.
- Mark Siegel, an expert on infectious diseases and SiriusXM medical consultant, on the impact of the coronavirus.
- From Denver: ExxonMobil's Lilo Hurtado on the future of diesel fuel in the trucking industry.
On our Feb. 8 show, TT Associate News Editor/Print and Multimedia Dan Ronan was joined by:
- Transport Topics reporter Eugene Mulero on the prospects for an infrastructure bill in 2020 in the aftermath of impeachment and President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address.
- Chris Maxwell, president of the Rhode Island Trucking Association, on trucks-only tolling in his state.
- TT reporter Eric Miller on why FMCSA decided to delay for two years the Entry Level Driver Training program.
- Bethany Dixon, owner of the Driver’s Health Clinic in Wildwood, Fla., on the impact FMCSA’s decision to delay the Entry Level Driver Training Program will have on the trucking industry, specifically drivers.
On our Feb. 1 show, TT Associate News Editor/Print and Multimedia Dan Ronan was joined by:
- TT government reporter Eric Miller on FMCSA’s decision to delay by two years the Entry Level Driver Training Rule.
- Mike Langford with the law firm Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary on the rising number of so-called “nuclear verdicts” in the trucking industry and what trucking companies must do to avoid becoming a victim of a lawsuit.
- TT government reporter Eleanor Lamb on a report by transportation safety advocates ranking the best and worst states for enacting highway safety laws.
- California State Transportation Agency Deputy Secretary Avital Barnea on some of the important initiatives taking place in that state with regard to freight transportation.
On our Jan. 25 show, TT Associate News Editor/Print and Multimedia Dan Ronan was joined by:
- Former U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Rodney Slater and former Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Bill Shuster on finding solutions to the nation's infrastructure problems.
- Reporter’s Roundtable with Politico's Kathryn Wolfe, The Hill’s Juliegrace Brufke and Transport Topics' Eugene Mulero on how the Trump impeachment trial could affect the legislative agenda, and the new autonomous vehicle guidelines that were announced by DOT Secretary Elaine Chao.