White board video and infographic explain shippers’ obligation to keep drivers moving
Posted Tuesday October 31, 2017 in Operations/safety
MTO officials will review with carriers: Completed and ongoing OO permit enhancements, non-police escort program design, new proposed permit structures
The U.S. DOT announced a plan to introduce a pilot program to study the feasibility of allowing truck drivers to split their off-duty sleeper berth time into segments, rather than having to take 10 straight hours off duty
Posted Monday October 30, 2017 in Operations/safety
OTA and its road safety partners – MTO and OPP – have established two committees to address highway clearance procedures and strategic truck safety enforcement.
ATA unanimously approved its first-ever policy for the development of automated trucks covering safety, government, uniformity across state lines, infrastructure, and education.
The shortage of qualified truck drivers in the U.S. is projected to hit an all-time high of 50,000 by the end of 2017, according to Bob Costello, chief economist of for ATA
Truckers should focus on uniting over the critical issues facing the industry in the coming years rather than continue fight over the inevitable electronic logging device (ELD) mandate, said Chris Spear