The Ministère des Transports du Québec is informing the trucking industry that the predicted dates for the 2019 thaw in Québec are published on its website
The difficulty of finding truck parking is pushing drivers out of the business and contributing to the industry’s persistent driver shortage, according to experts who spoke at the Natso annual convention.
The Heavy Truck Weight and Dimension Limits for Interprovincial Operations in Canada were officially amended to allow the use of wide based single tires at the same weight limits are dual tires.
The load posting on the Argyle Street Bridge in Caledonia has been further reduced.
OTA made a presentation to Thunder Bay City Council last night, urging it to consider postponing a ratification vote to create a new truck route until a detailed and comprehensive analysis of safety data and traffic flow impacts can be made.
As the leading voice for improving highway safety, the Ontario Trucking Association says a new designated truck route passed by Thunder Bay City Council this week will likely undermine road safety rather than strengthen it.
The Ontario Regulation 306/15: Pilot Project – Automated Vehicles took effect on Jan. 1, establishing a pilot framework for the on-road testing of automated vehicles (AVs) on Ontario’s roads by eligible participants
The Canadian Trucking Alliance is applauding the announcement by the First Ministers Conference in Montreal to remove internal trade barriers for the trucking industry