The Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee had lots of questions about the major changes proposed for the hours-of-service rule, but no angry words were spoken by its 25 members.
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration officials will not make a decision until September 2020 whether to adopt a new, complex statistical model known as the Item Response Theory to better evaluate the safety of motor carriers, according to a new …
The Federal Highway Administration has issued a final rule that it said will provide greater flexibility for states to use proprietary or patented materials in federal-aid highway projects.
Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed into law a bill that directs the California Air Resources Board and other state agencies to develop and implement a new smog inspection program for heavy-duty diesel on-road trucks.
Three truck drivers arrested on felony marijuana trafficking charges in the past 18 months for hauling loads of legal hemp through Idaho have agreed to plead guilty to misdemeanors in return for suspended jail sentences and fines.
Law enforcement officers issued more than 17,000 speeding citations to drivers of cars and trucks traveling on highways in the United States and Canada during Operation Safe Driver Week.
A federal appeals court has sent an appeal in an Idaho hemp civil lawsuit back to a state court, deciding to abstain from a ruling on whether to return to the owners a 6,700-pound load of hemp seized en route from Oregon to Colorado by Idaho State Poli…
California lawmakers have passed a bill that codifies into law a 2018 state Supreme Court decision that makes it easier for independent contractors to become reclassified as employees of motor carriers.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has issued a proposed rule that would continue to reduce commercial vehicle registration fees in 2020 and 2021, the agency said in a Federal Register announcement on Aug. 27.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced that on Sept. 17, it will conduct a second listening session on potential changes to the agency’s hours-of-service rule.