Wednesday, December 13, 2017
The Nation
Almost 60,000 warnings, citations issued during Operation Safe Driver Week

Almost 60,000 warnings, citations issued during Operation Safe Driver Week

GREENBELT, Md. — A total of 59,193 warnings and citations were given to commercial vehicle drivers and passenger vehicle drivers during the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) Operation Safe Driver Week October 15-21.

New wrong-way signs slated for some Las Vegas interchanges

New wrong-way signs slated for some Las Vegas interchanges

LAS VEGAS — Signs activated by radar and equipped with red flashing lights to warn drivers going the wrong direction are slated to be installed at some highway exit ramps in Las Vegas.

Trump's choice to head FWHA withdraws from consideration

Trump's choice to head FWHA withdraws from consideration

IOWA CITY, Iowa — President Trump's nominee to lead the Federal Highway Administration has withdrawn from consideration for the post, a surprising development given his widespread support and qualifications, the U.S. Department of Transportation confirmed Monday.

Diesel prices post modest decline for second week, except in New England

Diesel prices post modest decline for second week, except in New England

For the second week in a row, on-highway diesel prices dipped a bit, with the national average slipping 1.2 cents from $2.922 to $2.910, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

Nearly half of respondents to HELP Inc. survey say they are yet to buy ELDs

Nearly half of respondents to HELP Inc. survey say they are yet to buy ELDs

PHOENIX – With the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration mandate requiring most commercial trucks to use electronic logging devices to record driver work time less than a week away, there is no question that many drivers/owner-operators and fleets will not meet the deadline.

FMCSA places Washington state carrier, driver, OOS for repeated multiple safety violations

FMCSA places Washington state carrier, driver, OOS for repeated multiple safety violations

WASHINGTON — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has ordered a Tumwater, Washington-based trucking company, Even Flo Logistics, to immediately cease all interstate and intrastate operations after investigators found the company to pose an imminent hazard to public safety.

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