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Trucking stakeholders urge FMCSA to hold off on Safety Fitness rule until CSA is reworked
Many trucking industry stakeholders weighed in during the FMCSA's Safety Fitness Determination proposed rule comment period, urging the agency to hold off on the rulemaking ...
The reply comment period, ongoing since the end of the initial comment period, ends this week for the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that outlines FMCSA’s plan to update its safety rating system for carriers by integrating on-road safety data from inspections, along with the results of carrier investigations and crash reports.
The SFD rule would replace the current three-tier federal rating system of “Satisfactory, Conditional and Unsatisfactory” for carriers with a single determination of “Unfit,” which would require the carrier to either improve its operations or shut down.
FMCSA proposes rule for new carrier safety rating program, enforcement measures
The proposed Safety Fitness Determination rule would replace the current federal rating system of "Satisfactory, Conditional and Unsatisfactory” for motor carriers and replace it with ...
Industry stakeholders weighed in during the initial comment period, and most of whom asked FMCSA to hold off on any rulemaking until the Congressionally-mandated reforms are made to the Compliance, Safety, Accountability Safety Measurement System.