NY port expands dray...

TweetThe board of commissioners for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey expanded eligibility of drayage trucks that can be replaced under its Truck Replacement Program to include trucks with model year engines 2003 or older. The TRP is a first-come first-served limited offer to...

FMCSA sets rules cal...

TweetThe Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issued a new schedule of pending rulemaking, which includes anticipating publishing a Dec. 9 final rule establishing a national medical examiner registry. Some rulemaking has been delayed for reasons that include a need for further analysis,...

Roadcheck to focus o...

TweetTruck and bus safety inspectors will be on the road night and day during the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s 72-hour International Roadcheck on June 7-9, checking vehicles and their drivers at inspection sites along major highways across North America. In addition, roving patrols...

DOT gives road repai...

TweetThe U.S. Department of Transportation on May 24 made $1 million in quick release emergency funds immediately available to the Minnesota Department of Transportation to repair roads and bridges damaged by floods from this spring’s snowmelt. Quick release emergency funds provided by...

Missouri urges truck...

TweetMissouri is asking truckers to not exit Interstate 44 in Joplin, except for exit 4’s fueling plazas, but state officials are expediting trucking permits and waiving fees following the city’s deadly tornado. The Missouri Department of Transportation issued an update Tuesday, May 24,...