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FMCSA, states using new investigative techniques in carriers’ on-site compliance reviews

The U.S. DOT is honing the techniques it uses to perform on-site compliance reviews of trucking companies by expanding the number of interviews performed with carrier employees and checking carriers’ ...

Dave Osiecki to consult with PeopleNet for safety, compliance

PeopleNet has selected Dave Osiecki to consult and work on its behalf as part of PeopleNet's ongoing efforts to help customers strengthen safety and compliance.

New PrePass locations open in Calif., Wis., and Wyo.

HELP, Inc., announced that PrePass-approved trucks are now eligible for weigh station pre-clearance and bypass at three new locations.

Beyond the speed limiter, part 4: changing behaviors

A number of systems give drivers automated feedback through mobile devices, which include easy-to-understand scores and competitions to earn rewards and recognition.

Beyond speed limiters, part 2: a connected throttle

Advanced speed management technologies are making the idea of "tamper proof" speed limiters seem outdated

Cumberland Farms uses ‘bypass’ data to make the most of driver safety meetings

As part of implementing a weigh station bypass system, Cumberland Farms shares information with drivers to increase CSA scores and fleet efficiency.

Proposed CSA changes open for comment, Q&A sessions begin next week

FMCSA is asking for industry and public comments on the proposed changes to Compliance, Safety, Accountability scores the agency announced earlier this year.

FMCSA offering preview of carriers’ CSA scores under proposed changes, seeks industry feedback

The key changes proposed to CSA and its Safety Measurement System percentile rankings (and now available for preview) include lowering intervention thresholds in some SMS categories/BASICs, raising the threshold in ...

FMCSA floats proposal to up CSA crash threshold to three crashes

In addition to the two-year program intended to test the feasibility of removing certain non-preventable crashes from carriers’ CSA scores, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration this week also announced ...

Comment period opens for FMCSA plan to allow carriers to contest crashes in CSA

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration published July 12 in the U.S. Federal Register the preliminary details of its plan for a two-year program that will allow carriers to potentially ...

Window for carriers to comment on FMCSA’s new safety rating rule closes June 23

Reply comments on the FMCSA's Safety Fitness Determination proposed rule are due by the end of the day Thursday, June 23.