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Update on Medical Practitioners Accepting Truck Driver Appointments

The issue of truck drivers being refused visitation by some medical practitioners due to COVID-19 concerns has seemingly begun to resurface. Based on... Read More

NATSO Opposes Competing Electric Vehicle Charging at Interstate Rest Stops

Truck stop operators and other businesses are opposing efforts to commercialize rest areas in the U.S., reports Today’s Trucking. Read More

Loadlink: Lockdowns Impacting Spot Market

Domestic freight on Canada’s spot market declined in January due to provincial lockdown measures, but inbound cross-border freight was on the rise, re... Read More

EPA Steps Up Enforcement of ‘Prevalent’ Emissions Tampering

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is in its second year of a four-year enforcement effort to catch operators who are installing emissions defea... Read More

CTA Statement Regarding COVID-19 & Trucking Industry

The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) appreciates the federal government’s support of the trucking industry in providing guidance and support in keepin... Read More

Quebec Town Rolls ‘Wave of Love’ for Fortin Grandson

This past weekend, the community of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que. came together to celebrate the life of Medrick Marion, 14, grandson of CTA chair Je... Read More

Manual Processes Increase Waiting Time: Study

Shipper yards continue to be weighed down by traditional manual processes that affect everything from detention times to throughput, according to the... Read More

Streamline Prepared for New Canadian ELD Legislation to Support Existing and New Customers

Transportation Solution Provider Streamline Transportation Technologies of Kamloops, BC, supports the Canadian ELD process and makes final preparation... Read More

Essential Workers Still Exempt as Negative COVID Test to be Required at Land Border

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced today incoming measures at the land border that would require all non-essential travellers entering Canada to... Read More

OEMs Struggle to Keep Pace with New Truck Orders

Truck manufacturers are struggling to keep up with order demand due to material shortages. FTR reported preliminary orders of 42,800 units in January... Read More