Thursday, July 9, 2020
The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) discharged the stage one discoveries of research examining the potential for building up a Younger Driver Assessment Tool – one that would recognize more younger drivers who show a substantial portion of indistinguishable...
Recently discharged U.S. Transportation Department figures demonstrate that trucking posting the second-most noteworthy increment of all cargo modes since the finish of the Great Recession. Trucking's development of 37.8% was bested just by rail intermodal, which accelerated 50.6% from June...
The Region of Peel is propelling an off-peak delivery pilot project, to lessen congestion and enhance traffic stream amid occupied hours all through the region. Under this pilot project, measures are to be taken to lessen travel times, decrease discharges,...
Manufactures of electronic logs are cautioning transporters not to hold up until the last minute to consent to the U.S. command planned for Dec. 18, 2017. Notwithstanding a measure a month ago by a House board to survey the run,...
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has pulled back its advance notification of proposed rule making on obstructive sleep apnea. Heavy Duty Trucking reports the supposed "pre-rule" was viewed by the bureau as "the first step" in considering whether to...
The Titanium Transportation Group is taking privilege of the changing business environment that’s conducive to organic growth, as the team continues to assess acquisition opportunities. Growing organically has been all but unattainable in the trucking industry, generally seeing that of...
OTTAWA, Ont. – During an unannounced brake safety day enforcement initiative, 79% of commercial vehicles did not have any critical item violations, while 21% were placed out-of-service for any kind of infraction. Commercial Vehicle Safety Enforcement (CVSA) conducted the one-day...
TORONTO, Ont. –The Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Ralph Goodale, has responded to a CTA-led coalition letter outlining concerns with Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) IT systems and the lack of resources being dedicated to staffing at...
It’s been bandied about for some time inside industry hovers that there may simply be an excessive number of trucks out and about right now contrasted with the level of cargo request; a reason referred to by more than...
Several jurisdictions are beginning to investigate the information technology needed to introduce recently defined Level VIII Electronic Inspections, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance reports. The voluntary standard guides inspections that would be conducted wirelessly, while a vehicle is in motion,...

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