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Mayors converge on DC to discuss the economy, transportation

Mayors converge on DC to discuss the economy, transportation

WASHINGTON — More than 250 of the nation's mayors will convene for the 78th Winter Meeting of The U.S. Conference of Mayors Jan. 20-22 here to discuss unemployment, transportation and other matters.

MTA and members launch 2010 campaign against distracted driving

MTA and members launch 2010 campaign against distracted driving

ST. PAUL, Minn. — The Minnesota Trucking Association (MTA) has announced a year-long effort to provide information and training to its members and their drivers to improve road safety.

8,800 speed cameras citations issued in 6 weeks

8,800 speed cameras citations issued in 6 weeks

BALTIMORE — Maryland highway officials say nearly 8,800 citations were issued during the first six weeks of the state's speed camera enforcement program.

Highway scales going underground in Mississippi

Highway scales going underground in Mississippi

VICKSBURG, Miss. — Scales on Mississippi highways in seven counties will be replaced this year with underground weight-measuring systems expected to streamline weigh-ins for longer trucks.

Port of L.A. to use fuel cell hybrid-electric trucks for drayage purposes

Port of L.A. to use fuel cell hybrid-electric trucks for drayage purposes

SAN PEDRO, Calif. — The Port of Los Angeles today said it is entering into negotiations with Los Angeles-based Vision Industries for the purchase and evaluation of Vision’s hydrogen fuel cell hybrid-electric trucks. The heavy-duty rigs will be tested to evaluate their suitability for short and medium distance cargo-hauling or drayage operations, and other similar applications.

LaHood to address jobs forum in Colorado

LaHood to address jobs forum in Colorado

DENVER — Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood will be in Colorado to meet with business and political leaders about jobs.

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