ARLINGTON, Va. — Old Dominion Freight Line Executive Chairman Earl E. Congdon was honored by American Trucking Associations with the Diamond Legacy Award at a recent ceremony in Orlando, Florida.
WASHINGTON — The National Transportation Safety Board said a highway accident brief published by the NTSB Tuesday for its investigation of a June 2016 highway crash that killed six people and injured five, illustrates the need to implement 15 safety recommendations associated with the NTSB’s Most Wanted List of transportation safety improvements for fatigue, occupant protection and collision avoidance.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., Tuesday urged Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao to immediately address “several serious concerns” about the electronic logging device rule being enforced in April.
WASHINGTON – There’s nothing like a birthday to make you look back and take stock of yourself. It was at the 2014 Mid-American Trucking Show that Trucking Moves America Forward (TMAF) was born. Ever since then, the organization, which was created to accentuate and project a positive image of the trucking industry, has treated MATS as its unofficial birthday. With MATS 2018 a week away, TMAF held a teleconference March 14 to mark its fourth anniversary and to preview its 2017 annual report, titled “The Many Faces of Trucking,” which will be released at this year’s MATS, March 22-24 in Louisville, Kentucky.
WASHINGTON — Old Dominion Freight Line has withdrawn its petition for a temporary exemption to allow alternate electronic logging device phase-in period after the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issued guidance March 9 that rendered the request moot.