JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The revenue generated by a 2004 voter-approved initiative in Missouri to fund better highways and bridges has not been enough to cover the bond payments it authorized for hundreds of projects, putting the state in a more precarious position for future transportation funding.
GREENBELT, Md. — Brake violations continue to be cause for concern for enforcement personnel who routinely inspect commercial trucks and buses for violations.
PLOVER, Wis. — Freightliner Trucks and the Women In Trucking Association (WIT) presented the seventh annual Influential Woman in Trucking award to Daphne Jefferson, deputy administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
HOUGHTON LAKE, Mich. — The Michigan State Police, in an effort to combat the dangers of drugged driving, on November 8 will initiate a one-year oral fluid drug testing pilot program in five Michigan counties.
PHOENIX — Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey wants the federal government to allow Arizona to partner with private businesses to build new facilities at highway rest areas, a move that could lead to new gas stations and fast-food restaurants at lonely roadside stops.
ST. LOUIS — From stricter laws to public service campaigns and pleading electronic road signs, states have a message for the drivers clogging the inside lanes of the nation's highways: Get the heck out of the way!