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American Trucking Associations leaders recently renewed their call for the Department of Transportation to move forward with a rule requiring the electronic speed limiter on all large trucks be set no higher than 65 mph.
American Trucking Associations’ Technology & Maintenance Council has awarded its 100th Certified VMRS Specialist accreditation to Misty Hansley, manager of billing workflow for FleetNet America, Cherryville, N.C.
American Trucking Associations announced it was committing on behalf of the trucking industry and its members to hire 100,000 veterans as part of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring 500,000 Heroes campaign.
American Trucking Associations chief economist Bob Costello told the annual ATA Management Conference & Exhibition that freight volumes in the trucking industry continue to grow, but the looming driver shortage could hold back industry growth.
American Trucking Associations-led coalition of transportation trade groups urged that the scores produced by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance, Safety, Accountability fleet monitoring system be removed from the agency’s...
The investigation report of the Department of Transportation’s Inspector General is just the latest to show significant problems with the FMCSA's Compliance, Safety, Accountability program, American Trucking Associations said.
ATA said the safety recommendations emphasize the need for the need for accelerate efforts to mandate electronic logging devices in commercial trucks and to improve its CSA fleet safety monitoring and measurement system.
American Trucking Associations President and CEO Bill Graves said the industry continues to play a central role in the U.S. economy, despite the myriad of challenges facing the industry and called on trucking to embrace looming changes.