Saturday, September 23, 2017
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FMCSA announces dates for three HOS listening sessions

FMCSA announces dates for three HOS listening sessions

WASHINGTON — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) today announced it will hold four listening sessions in January to gather information and comments as the agency prepares a rulemaking proposal on Hours of Service requirements for property-carrying commercial vehicle drivers.

Diesel climbs 6.5 cents to $2.797

Diesel climbs 6.5 cents to $2.797

The weekly retail on-highway diesel prices rose for the second consecutive week, this time climbing $0.065 per gallon to $2.797 a gallon, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

EOBR rule one step closer to final completion, sent to OMB Dec. 17

EOBR rule one step closer to final completion, sent to OMB Dec. 17

A final rule has been submitted to the Office of Management and Budget regarding electronic on-board recorders (EOBRs) for Hours of Service compliance.

Will latest jobs bill really produce jobs?

Will latest jobs bill really produce jobs?

WASHINGTON — When the Senate takes up a jobs bill later this month or early in February, the debate will center on whether it really will create jobs and be worth plunging the government tens of billions of dollars further into debt.

8-month shutdown of 15 miles of I-385 in S.C. begins

8-month shutdown of 15 miles of I-385 in S.C. begins

CLINTON, S.C. — Anyone trying to find the fastest way to Greenville from Columbia or Charleston is going to need a map.

FMCSA issued ‘emergency order’ against Arrow over cargo safety

FMCSA issued ‘emergency order’ against Arrow over cargo safety

WASHINGTON — In a swift but unpublicized move the day before Christmas, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued an emergency order against Arrow Trucking Co. of Tulsa, ordering the carrier to “take steps to ensure the safe transfer of its vehicles and cargo to secure areas,” The Trucker has learned.

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