Truck drivers least likely to be impaired on the road and were involved in zero alcohol-related traffic fatalities
Posted Wednesday July 30, 2014 in Operations/safety
A transportation researcher says he’s exposed the truth of a misleading truck productivity report released earlier this year which warned about the dangers of longer, heavier trucks in the US
Carriers are most swayed by how shippers affect them financially and operationally and most of the time that’s rooted in how customers impact driver productivity
York Regional Police recently recovered $1.4 million in stolen cargo thanks in part to an online cargo crime reporting program from Insurance Bureau of Canada and the Canadian Trucking Alliance.
Canada needs both trucks and trains. There is enough for everyone and we all have our challenges. So, it’s disappointing to see people deflect attention and responsibility for current railway troubles by trotting out the same old chestnuts