Progress is underway for guidance documents for advanced driver assistance systems, according to a Technology & Maintenance Council study group.
President Joe Biden announced April 14 that he intends to nominate Meera Joshi to serve as administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
Two bills intended to streamline enforcement associated with commercial motor vehicles are making their way through the Oklahoma State Legislature.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced April 13 that $1 billion in funding is available for grants to support infrastructure projects.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers and transportation officials recently announced $99.1 million in transportation aid has been distributed to municipalities across the state.
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.
A report that suggests a longstanding prohibition on commercial services at interstate rest areas should be lifted is being opposed by a group representing private truck stops.
The Illinois Department of Transportation awarded $7 million in support of projects that will upgrade roads to better accommodate local truck traffic.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced $4.6 million in grant funding is available to support projects related to economic development and infrastructure in the state’s northern border region.
The Illinois Department of Transportation is pursuing two pilot initiatives meant to reduce bridge strikes by large trucks.