Monday, May 29, 2017
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Diesel sags 2.1 cents a gallon to $2.544 while oil sees ‘spike’

Diesel sags 2.1 cents a gallon to $2.544 while oil sees ‘spike’

The national on-highway diesel average sagged down 2.1 cents a gallon Monday, ringing up at $2.544 compared with $2.565 last week.

OOIDA Court of Appeals filing says FMCSA's medical form didn't go through rulemaking process

OOIDA Court of Appeals filing says FMCSA's medical form didn't go through rulemaking process

GRAIN VALLY, Mo. — The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association said in an appeal filed last week in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eight Circuit that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration overstepped its bounds when it issued a final rule two years ago with regulations that didn’t go through the rulemaking process, according to a report in Land Line magazine, the official publication of OOIDA.

Nevada joins handful of states with spans of 80 mph driving

Nevada joins handful of states with spans of 80 mph driving

FORTY MILE DESERT, Nev. — Of all the things you can do legally in Nevada but not most other places, driving 80 mph lately hasn't been one of them.

Chao says infrastructure plan will be out in a few weeks

Chao says infrastructure plan will be out in a few weeks

WASHINGTON — Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said Monday that the Trump administration's infrastructure plan will be out in a few weeks and will call for $200 billion in taxpayer money to generate $1 trillion in private investment.

Walker, Fitzgerald oppose separating Wisconsin roads budget

Walker, Fitzgerald oppose separating Wisconsin roads budget

MADISON, Wis. — Gov. Scott Walker joined Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald on Thursday in denouncing separating transportation funding from the state budget, saying there's no reason to take that unusual approach to break an impasse in the Republican-controlled Legislature over how to pay for roads.

Colorado governor hints he may call lawmakers back to work

Colorado governor hints he may call lawmakers back to work

DENVER — Saying Colorado lawmakers didn't do nearly enough to pay for highway upgrades, Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper threatened Thursday to call lawmakers back to Denver to take another crack at the issue.

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