CSA

Omnitracs’ Norm Ellis shares key issues for compliance

In the midst of an ever-changing regulatory landscape, Norm Ellis, vice president of sales and marketing at Omnitracs, Inc., gives some insights about the current state of the commercial transportation ...

Shave a few points off CSA score by contesting lights, generic speeding violations

Is your fleet getting dinged for inoperative lamp violations on lights that aren't actually required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's Compliance, Safety, Accountability program? It's a problem that happens ...

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Heightened level of collaboration results in new ‘small step’ automated transmission In a never-ending quest to improve efficiencies, today’s truck fleets are demanding more from…

Infographic: Small Fleets loom large on inspectors’ radar

80 percent of car-truck crashes caused by car drivers, ATA report says

A report released this week by the American Trucking Associations concludes that many  more times than not, car drivers are at fault when cars and trucks crash with one another. ...

CSA Subcommittee identifies 3 main issues with program

Suspect data quality, crash accountability and the public nature of carriers' Safety Measurement Scores were concluded to be the top three concerns of motor carriers, enforcement officers, brokers/shippers and others involved ...

ATA still calling for agency to account for crash faults

The American Trucking Associations wants all crashes that were not the fault of the motor carrier removed from its records and, more importantly, do not want them reflected on carriers' ...

Carriers, enforcement officers harp on CSA data quality as main concern

Fleets, enforcement officers, trade associations and others impacted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's Compliance, Safety, Accountability initiative spoke up this week at public meetings held in Washington, D.C., ...