FMCSA says Rail Delivery Services drivers who stay within the 100 air-mile radius are exempt from keeping daily logs as long as their hours are recorded by the Geotab system.
Carriers and drivers “in the process of obtaining and transporting propane” are eligible to operate under the hours suspension on all highways in Wisconsin, including interstates.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has extended emergency declarations in Texas, Montana and the Dakotas in response to natural disasters, thus extending hours-of-service waivers for certain truckers in the states.
FMCSA will host two hour-long question-and-answer sessions on Thursday, Oct. 19, and Tuesday, Oct. 24. Pre-registration for the sessions is required.
California Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a State of Emergency for several counties in the state because of multiple fires that have claimed lives, damaged infrastructure and prompted evacuations.
An anticipated shortage of fuel, such as gasoline and diesel, prompted the hours waiver. Truckers hauling emergency relief loads to Texas ans Louisiana are also exempt.
Governors in Montana, South Dakota and North Dakota have suspended hours-of-service regulations for truckers hauling drought relief supplies in the states.
Telogis upgraded its WorkPlan suite to give drivers the option of selecting the FMCSA 150-air-mile non-CDL short-haul exemption upon login.
The study's conclusions likely will be used by the agency to determine whether it will pursue hours of service reform relative to adding split sleeper berth flexibility to hours of ...
Analysis show that rate increases will have to come from increased demand, but so far demand in 2017 has been soft.
McLeod Software announced the release of version 17.1 of its LoadMaster Enterprise and PowerBroker management systems for asset and non-asset transportation companies.
FMCSA's study on split sleeper berth flexibility for truck operators will likely enter the data collection phase later this year, says Kelly Regal, the agency's associate administrator for research and ...
The U.S. DOT has formally notified Congress that a required study on 2013 hours of service regs pertaining to 34-hour restarts revealed those restrictions provide no safety benefit. FMCSA has ...
The American Trucking Associations, Truckload Carriers Association and other industry organizations voiced support for the Department of Transportation's study that found "no net benefit" to 2013-enacted 34-hour restart provisions.
Following more than two years of lingering uncertainty, the rules governing truckers’ use of a 34-hour restart are settled, following the issuance of a long-awaited report from the Department of ...