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FMCSA proposes new rules for motor carrier "Safety Fitness Determinations"

On January 15, 2016, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) proposed a new rule to enhance the Agency’s ability to identify non-compliant motor carriers.   396 more words

DOT

CMV Drivers and the Medical Examiner National Registry

Carriers and CMV drivers should be knowledgeable about the creation of the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (National Registry), a new Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) program.   310 more words

Does this Sound Safe to You? If Not, Please Take Action ...


What do you think?
 Would it be okay with you if people just learning to drive, that held only a learners permit and who had little to zero highway experience, could legally operate an 80,000 lb. 2,204 more words

Trucking

Congress changes in the Transportation Industry for 2016

Highway Bill – FAST Act (Fixing America’s Surface Transport Act)

Signed into law by President Obama last month, this bipartisan legislation will finally give relief to the industry that has not seen a multiple year (6 years) funded Highway Bill since 2005. 446 more words

FMCSA

Tune into the FMCSA "Beyond Compliance" Listening Sessions

FMCSA, CSA, and the FAST Act

So first of all…what are all the acronyms? FMCSA stands for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. The FMCSA operates within the U.S. 789 more words

Transportation

House Passes Hours-of-Service Provision in Omnibus Appropriations Bill

Continuing on our lucky streak this week, the U.S. House Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (THUD) Appropriations Subcommittee passed the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) hours-of-service 34-hour restart study. 203 more words

3PL Intel

Nobody Likes Big Trucks...

A young life lost…over 20 fatalities in accidents involving 18-wheelers…one upset county.

Will county Illinois seems to be living in fear.  Not of murderers, terrorists, or gangs, but of 18-wheel semi trucks. 400 more words

All Things Trucking