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The Trucking Network is a Canadian “English and Punjabi” bilingual publication, founded in 2012. Dedicated to the hard working professional drivers and their families across North America.
More reliable travel is coming for people through the Fraser Canyon as work moves forward to permanently repair the damages caused by the 2021 atmospheric river event. To advance that work, Highway 1 in the Fraser Canyon will require two...
A message from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation in regards to OO permits, as well as general travel info in relation to the solar eclipse on April 8th. In addition, prepare your drivers for the events on April 8th,...
E-Bulletin April 01/2024 The Ministry of Transportation continues to recognize that the transition to its provincially led oversight is a significant change to industry and is extending the education and awareness period for an additional three (3) months. To support the...
E-Bulletin December 27/2023 Commercial Client Bulletin Reminder - Elimination of ACROSS Service Options (SO) 257 (RMD EDI) and 117 (PARS Paper)  TCC23-093 Start Date / Time End Date / Time Clients Affected 2024-04-15 N/A All clients and service providers who submit trade data using EDI. Description Please note, this bulletin was...
E-Bulletin March 28/2024 New learning pathway for Class 1 drivers On March 27, 2024 Transportation and Economic Corridors announced upcoming changes to training requirements for Class 1 drivers in Alberta.  Until these changes are implemented, drivers will still be required to complete existing Class 1...
E-Bulletin March 26/2024 Secondary Highways Start Spring Weight Restrictions Released on March 25, 2024 Spring road weight restrictions begin to protect a key part of Saskatchewan's transportation network as the province shifts from freeze to thaw. Road restrictions reduce allowable vehicle weights on rural...
E-Bulletin March 20/2024 Good afternoon, As you may know, the B.C. Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure recently announced two new regulatory requirements coming into force this spring: By April 5, 2024: Speed Limiters must be activated, set and accurately programmed to a maximum rate...
E-Bulletin March 15/2024 Stopping and Parking Restrictions for Commercial Truck Drivers in Glacier National Park In early November, Parks Canada proposed  stopping and parking restrictions in the Rogers Pass  summit area of Glacier National Park, BC due to  safety concerns.   Thank you for...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Better Together Group Strengthens Position with Acquisition of Driver Force Inc. Orlando, FL: Revolution Staffing, a proud member of the Better Together Group, is delighted to announce its recent acquisition of Driver Force Inc. based in Birmingham,...