Lytx data show Pennsylvania roads the most risky for trucking Aaron Huff CCJ Staff | October 7, 2019 Certain segments on major trucking lanes in Pennsylvania are so dangerous that professional drivers may want to avoid them altogether, according to recent analysis of event data by Lytx from November 2018 to August 2019.
DOT officially floats HOS changes that would alter 14-hour clock, 30-minute break James Jaillet | August 14, 2019 The U.S. DOT has officially announced proposed changes to federal hours of service regulations for truck operators. Chiefly, the proposed changes, if made final, would allow drivers to pause their 14-hour clock for up
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Congress hears testimony on trucking issues in preparation for highway bill Matt Cole | @MattColeRR | June 13, 2019 Eight trucking industry stakeholders testified before members of Congress Wednesday in a hearing about the state of trucking and the challenges truck drivers, trucking companies, brokers and safety advocates face. The testimony from each
CSA scores would be made public again under House bill rider James Jaillet | @trucknewsJJ | June 6, 2019 The House’s 2020 Department of Transportation funding bill, in addition to its policy riders on hours of service, would require the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to make carriers’ scores within the Compliance, Safety, and Accountability