The Iowa Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division received an award this week at the CVSA Annual Workshops. Tim Dean, Werner Enterprises driver, received the International Driver Excellence Award as well. Read more

 

Thirteen counties in Pennsylvania have been invaded by a troublesome tiny Asian visitor known as the Spotted Lanternfly. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is requiring businesses with delivery trucks, vans, and other company vehicles in the 13 counties to earn special permits. Read more

 

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) is proud to announce Timothy Dean, of Werner Enterprises, as the winner of the 2019 International Driver Excellence Award (IDEA). Read more

 

According ATA’s quarterly update on driver turnover rates, annualized driver turnover rate at large truckload carriers sank by 9 percentage points in the fourth quarter of 2018. Read more

 

The new website contains information about how CDL drivers and their employers will be required to use the Clearinghouse beginning January 6, 2020. You can also sign up to receive email updates. Read more

 

Intelligent Imagining Systems announced it is providing state departments of transportation with its IIS Smart Parking software for trucks at rest stops. Read more

 

Ray Martinez, Administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, has urged carriers to complete the trucking industry’s transition to electronic logging devices and expressed optimism about the potential to add flexibility to driver hours-of-service rules. Read more

 

The American Transportation Research Institute released a case study that quantifies how improvements to our nation’s highway infrastructure can help conserve fuel and reduce emissions. Read more

 

The federal spending bill signed into law by President Trump on February 15 contained a measure that allows commercial drivers hauling livestock and insects to avoid using electronic logging devices (ELDs) through September 30. Read more

 

California officials are suing the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration over the agency’s determination that federal rest-break laws pre-empt California’s separate meal-and-rest-break requirements. Read more

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