The OPP, working with Québec counterparts, have laid fraud charges against several people after a multi-year police probe.
The American Transportation Research Institute’s board approved its top research priorities for the year, which include topics focused on impacts on the trucking industry’s workforce, operational impacts from predatory towing, and expanding the driver population through international work permits.
Commercial driver training is once again in the public spotlight as a key to improving highway safety and avoiding catastrophic motor vehicle collisions like the Humboldt tragedy.
Ontario’s decision at the 11th hour to delay a rule that would prohibit those obtaining their A/Z licence using an automated transmission from operating a manual-equipped truck has prompted reaction from outrage to indifference.
Ontario continues to develop a new set of rules for truck driver trainers, as regulators continue to refine the mandatory entry-level training (MELT) program introduced, Today’s Trucking reports.