FMCSA’s research division says it’ll likely be another year before it launches a pilot program to see if drivers can safely split their sleeper berth rest time.
Posted Thursday October 23, 2014 in Operations/safety
The National Transportation Safety Board in the U.S. says the current FMCSA ban on drivers using hand-held phones does not go far enough.
Operators of B-trains will have more flexibility to spec their equipment going forward thanks to a bill introduced today in the Ontario Legislature
Posted Friday October 17, 2014 in Operations/safety
FMCSA projects it will publish by next summer at least five proposed or final rules to the trucking industry
The trucking industry already know trucks are the safest vehicles on the road. But what do car drivers think? The same thing, apparently.
MTO is going forward with mandatory entry level training; OTA calls decision a ‘watershed moment’ for the industry
As a follow-up to its two-part series on unregulated truck driver training schools, the Toronto Star published an editorial that calls for the province to make training a prerequisite for commercial truck licensing.