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Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association


Industry response to the EOBR provision in the highway funding legislation signed into law on July 6.


Improvements to CSA Safety Measurement System planned, medical examiners final rule released, GAO says FMCSA carrier review process needs work, appeals court denies OOIDA's EOBR ...


Costs of emissions rule questioned, ATA files issues statement in HOS challenge, analyst predicts truckload growth and other industry news items are featured.


FMCSA heads back to the drawing board for broader EOBR mandate.


Hours-of-service final rule retains 11-hour driving limit, lawsuit seeks to block cross-border pilot program, truck-related fatalities up and other industry news items are featured.

Mandating the Inevitable?

Technology brings instant visibility to logbook data


Industry groups come together to promote increased size and weight measures.

Journal — Viewpoint

Industry response to a court decision to overturn the owner-operator ban as part of the Port of Los Angeles Clean Truck Program


Legislators ask Obama to withdraw hours rewrite, ATA and TCA seek increased productivity for trucks, NTTC says halt two rulemakings and other industry news items ...

Journal – Viewpoint

Industry response to a federal appeals court decision to vacate the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s electronic onboard recorder regulation.


NTSB calls for comprehensive mobile phone ban, appeals court vacates EOBR regulation, crash odds, federal highway spending extended again and more industry news items are ...


In 1988, Congress passed a statute, U.S. Code section 31137(a), that says any regulation from the U.S. Secretary of Transportation concerning the use of monitoring ...


U.S. and Mexico formalize a cross-border program, ATA applauds progress on highway authorization, fighting fraud in transportation act is introduced and many more industry news ...


Truck crashworthiness standards, HOS changes and preventable or not are among the safety items featured.

New cross-border truck program taking shape

FMCSA unveils pilot details to ensure Mexican carrier safety.