The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is taking steps to modify certain elements of the Renewable Fuel Standard compliance system to create more transparency and prevent manipulation of the Renewable Identification Number market.
ROCKVILLE, Md. — A hair drug-testing proposed rule has been sent to the White House Office of Management and Budget for review, a top official with the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration said at a meeting June 11.
Christopher Grundler, a top U.S. Environmental Protection Agency official who has overseen a number of regulations that impact the trucking industry, has effective Aug. 4 been reassigned to head an EPA division that deals with climate change issues.
The long-anticipated Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration hours-of-service proposed rule has been delayed from its original release date of June 7.
Legislation has passed in California’s State Assembly that would mandate use of the so-called “ABC test” that legal experts say makes it extremely difficult, if not impossible, for motor carriers to use independent contractors.
LANDOVER, Md. — It wasn’t exactly a lucky day for James Dasch, a 30-year veteran truck driver for Lucky Dog Industries, who got pulled over during Roadcheck.
TIMONIUM, Md. — You might say YRC Freight truck driver Kurt Royer epitomizes the advice our mothers gave us: If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.Royer, who has been driving a truck for 31 years, has competed in the Maryland Truck Driving Cham…
While states and American Indian tribes currently can regulate the lawful production and sale of hemp produced under a 2014 law, they may not prohibit the interstate transportation or shipment of the product grown under a program authorized by the U.S….
Kimble Recycling & Disposal Inc. has requested a five-year exemption from federal hours-of-service short-haul requirements, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced in a May 28 Federal Register document.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance has asked U.S. and Canadian trucking regulators to explore a solution that would permit roadside inspectors to cite shippers — not just drivers and motor carriers — for cargo securement violations in sealed traile…