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Transportation Bill Moves Forward

Note: When I originally wrote this post, I used the name for the bill that had formerly been used in the Senate– the DRIVE Act. However, the conference committee deal has been renamed the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. 527 more words


Call to Action: Tell Congress to Rebuild Our Highways, Create Jobs & Grow the U.S. Economy

Identifying and acting on a long-term solution for transportation funding continues to be a priority for the 3PL warehouse industry. It is critical that Congress creates a long-term solution now, and does not continue punting this issue further down the road. 87 more words

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Strategic Asset Management vs. Work Management–What’s the Difference?

We do business with a lot clients these days who are looking for an “Enterprise Asset Management” system . They use this term during the procurement process, but in a lot of cases their requirements are centered on Work Management and barely scratch the surface of Asset Management. 412 more words

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America Fast Forward Transportation Bonds – General Information

The America Fast Forward initiative is a four part initiative launched by Metro and advanced nationwide:

  1. Strengthening the Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) program – this was achieved in the America Fast Forward title of MAP-21;
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Omnibus Appropriations Bill Includes Provision to Suspend HOS

The U.S. House and Senate Appropriations Committee recently unveiled the fiscal year 2015 Omnibus Appropriations bill, the legislation that will provide discretionary funding for the vast majority of the federal government for the current fiscal year. 126 more words

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FMCSA to press states on CDL program compliance

Overdrive Staff|November 12, 2014


The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is seeking approval for an information collection request in which it plans to question states on their progress of complying with Congressionally required upkeep of CDL-issuing agencies. 271 more words


Group Lobbies Chairman of House Transportation Committee re I-25

The Chairman of the US House of Representative’s Transportation Committee, Bill Shuster (PA) held a field hearing in Colorado at the behest of Congressmen Cory Gardner and Mike Coffman in preparation for the reauthorization of MAP-21, the federal transportation funding legislation that expires this fall. 276 more words

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