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Water should be a transport infrastructure concern

Water has for too long been left out of the national conversation around infrastructure, to the point where it has become the ‘hidden’ infrastructure.    

Florida nears new rules on tolls, trails, truck idling

A lengthy Florida transportation bill would authorize more tolls, raise more money for roads, and boost the incentive for truckers to avoid idling.    

Correction: “Ohio trucker pleads guilty”

On Monday, May 12, 2014, Land Line published a story online “Ohio trucker pleads guilty in fatal 2012 crash.” We inaccurately identified the company that trucker Gary Golay was working for at the time of his fatal crash. Golay was working for Roadlink USA National LLC of West Wolcott, Ind.    

Joining Professional Groups Always Helpful, Alderson Says

BADEN, ON – Brenda Alderson, Maintenance Shop Assistant for Erb Group, is the new vice president of the Waterloo Region Transportation Maintenance Technology Association, President Jake Francis, of Carrier Centres, announced this week.    

Schneider Logistics settles class action lawsuit for $21 million

A major player in the logistics industry, Schneider Logistics serves as a subcontractor for Walmart. Schneider has agreed to pay $21 million to settle a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of warehouse workers at three distribution centers in California.    

SPECIAL REPORT: Comment period extended for electronic logging proposal

Friday, May 16, 2014 – Truckers and stakeholders wishing to file comments on the FMCSA’s proposal that could one day mandate electronic logging devices now have until June 26 to file them. The FMCSA granted a monthlong extension this week at the urging of stakeholder groups, including OOIDA.    

Parts of I-86 in New York shut down for five months

Interstate 86, between Exits 21 and 23 on the Allegany Territory of the Seneca Nation, Cattaraugus County in New York, will be shut down for five months beginning on May 12, 2014.    

Medical certification watch: FMCSA hits early goal with largest weekly gain

The new National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners received its largest increase this week with 2,263 new medical examiners. Less than one week remains before truckers are faced with the mandated use of examiners on the registry for new DOT physicals. The compliance date is May 21, 2014.    

FMCSA’s coercion proposal ropes shippers, receivers and brokers into the mix

It’s rare to hear the words “shipper,” “receiver” and “broker” in the same sentence as “accountability” when it comes to trucking safety, and that’s mainly because the enforcement actions related to crashes and violations remain with motor carriers and vehicle operators and hardly ever cross over. But there’s a possible game-changer on the horizon.    

How to create a fleet drivers are happy and proud to work for

Best practices from the Best Fleets to Drive For competition are revealed during a cross-Canada seminar series    

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