Following multiple delays, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will proceed with its final rule that establishes minimum training rules for new truck drivers.
In a last-ditch effort to overturn a federal mandate on electronic logging devices, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association has taken its fight to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Several California trucking companies and a conservative think tank are petitioning the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider its greenhouse gas endangerment finding.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia granted the EPA and NHTSA’s request to place a 90-day pause on a lawsuit challenging strict heavy-duty truck emissions rules.
Through its California Climate Investments program, the California Air Resources Board has dedicated $599 million to develop and deploy clean vehicles.
Executives from Navistar, Daimler, Kenworth, Mack and Peterbilt discussed potential rollbacks in greenhouse gas policy at ACT Expo in Long Beach.
The California Labor Commissioner ruled that XPO Cartage must pay four drayage truck drivers $855,000 for improperly classifying them as independent contractors when they should have been considered employees.
Trucking companies have until April 6 to comply with the training provision of the FDA’s Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food rule, but with less than two weeks before the compliance date, the federal agency has yet to post its training module.
The Environmental Protection Agency will re-open the comment period for its new vehicle emissions standards, which will allow the Trump administration to roll back lofty fuel economy guidelines set by the Obama administration.