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Humboldt Truck Owner Pleads Guilty, Fined $5,000

The owner of the transport truck involved in the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash has admitted he did not follow provincial and federal safety rules.... Read More

Nikola Orders Equipment for Arizona Fuel Cell Development Lab.

Nikola Motor Company (“Nikola”) recently signed a $16 million order to purchase equipment for the first phase of its fuel cell development... Read More

Lessons from Humboldt

We’ve learned that all commercial drivers are subject to punishments for wrongdoings over and above that which would be applied to any other dri... Read More

Manitoba Jumps On The MELT Bandwagon

Sept. 1st, entry-level training for commercial truck drivers in the province of Manitoba will become mandatory, Manitoba Infrastructure Minister Ron S... Read More

Diesel Fuel On The Rise

The average price for a gallon of diesel fuel across the U.S. is up a penny from a week ago, according to the federal Energy Information Administratio... Read More

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Keynote Speaker

Friday, (March 29), U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Elaine L. Chao, will give the keynote address at the Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS) in Louisvi... Read More

ARTI Board Approves 2019 Top Research Priorities

The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) Board of Directors has approved the 2019 Top Research Priorities as identified by ATRI’s R... Read More

Trucking Industry Lose a Giant

Bill McKinnon, former leader of McKinnon Transport passed away March 22, 2019 at age 90.MacKinnon Transport was founded on June 4th, 1929, by Bil... Read More

Is Eight Years Too Much or Not Enough?

The question of whether or not the sentence handed Jaskirat Singh Sidhu was fair is now being debated and the opinions range from “he shouldn&rs... Read More

FMCSA Modifies HOS For Flood Relief

FMCSA declared a state of emergency on March 19, in 16 Midwestern states that have been flooded by nonstop heavy rain. HOS (hours-of-service) adjustme... Read More