Louisiana’s recently approved regulations for autonomous commercial motor vehicles will take effect Aug. 1.
Rhode Island’s truck tolling program brought in $7.2 million in its first year, slightly exceeding revenue expectations.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards recently signed legislation that would direct $700 million to transportation projects across the state.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s list of projects that will be considered as candidates for state transportation funding includes improvement plans for several major freight corridors.
The Department of Transportation’s most recent Significant Rulemaking Report has been updated to reflect July 31 as the projected publication date for the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding HOS changes.
Any statewide measure meant to generate revenue for transportation projects should include the needs of localities, according to Darren Kettle, executive director of the Ventura County Transportation Commission.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has proposed a rule that would increase flexibility for the skills test process for those seeking a commercial driver license.
Pennsylvania-based flatbed transportation company PGT Trucking will expand operations, creating 25 jobs in the process.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has signed legislation that will expand the state’s voluntary road usage charge program, known as OReGO.
Democrats in the Michigan House of Representatives have introduced transportation funding bills that would place additional taxes and tolls on trucks.