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  1. All FMCSA Information
  2. StayMetrics targets truck driver retention
  3. OOIDA, safety group question Mexican carriers’ DOT applications
  4. O&S Trucking files for bankruptcy protection, looks to Prime
  5. Transport Industries Gained Most Jobs in May
  6. Cross-Border Rail Growth Outpaces Truck Transport
  7. Gov't cracking down on unsafe bus companies
  8. FMCSA Extends Comment Period on CSA Changes
  9. FMCSA shutters Demco Express; 6th carrier shut down in 2012
  10. US-Canada Cross-Border Trucking Heats Up
  11. CSA scores for companies
  12. Gunthers Transport Owner Files Bankruptcy Petition
  13. U.S. freight levels hit reverse in April
  14. ATA calls on FMCSA to make changes in CSA, says agency becoming unresponsive
  15. Trucking Industry Showing Signs of Recovery in 2012
  16. Trucker Shares Seen Ready to Rally in U.S. With Housing Rebound
  17. TransCore DAT Spot Market Index Jumps 17 Percent
  18. NHTSA proposes rule requiring electronic stability systems on large trucks
  19. FMCSA Shuts Down Alabama Trucking Company
  20. Central Freight Lines settles EEOC age discrimination suit for $400,000
  21. FTR Forecasts Higher Truck Rates
  22. FMCSA officially rescinds remedial EOBR rule
  23. Trucking industry data good news for economy
  24. Truck Cancellations Hit Two-Year High as Rebound Slows
  25. 3 more carriers one step closer to Mexico truck program participation
  26. FMCSA five-year plan aims for zero crashes
  27. FMCSA catches carrier red-handed on highway after cease operations order issued
  28. Trucking Industry Slow to Adopt LNG, Survey Says
  29. Employers pull back on hiring, but jobless rate drops; trucking adds 1,800 jobs
  30. Truck driver Raul C. Perez, Jr. posthumously named TCA Highway Angel
  31. Number of Active For-Hire Truckers Up 7.5 Percent
  32. LTL, Capitol Hill Top Agenda at NASSTRAC
  33. Amended 'reincarnated carrier' rules set for May 29
  34. Five unlicensed movers cited in Oregon sting
  35. U.S. trucker nabbed in Mexico with ammo is charged
  36. Mexico truckers protest dangerous double trailers
  37. Study: ‘California-only’ diesel will come at high cost for state
  38. ATA urges Congress to support EOBR mandate in highway bill
  39. TransForce Acquires US Oilfield Trucker
  40. 2012 Virginia Truck Driving Champions Crowned
  41. Back on the road
  42. Breaking down the costs of trucking
  43. Deadly crash spurs lawmakers to fix Interstate 65
  44. Trucking still dominant mode of goods movement, report shows
  45. RedStone Logistics plans to bring 100 jobs to Overland Park
  46. FMCSA seeks to adopt sleep apnea recommendations as rule guidance
  47. DOT announces national medical examiners final rule
  48. DOT Compliance Help
  49. The-Risks-of-Using-A-Hands-Free-Cellphone-While-Driving?
  50. NJ carriers get hefty fines; learning IRS OK needed for employee exemption
  51. Carriers take multiple steps with CSA, TCP survey finds
  52. FMCSA vetting again falls victim to stand-alone computer systems
  53. LTL Truckers to Build Pricing Power, Analyst Says
  54. FMCSA Cracks Down on Unsafe Trucking Operators
  55. CSA and job security
  56. Show me the money: FMCSA needs some green to catch chameleon carriers
  57. Third Mexico carrier gets pilot project operating authority
  58. Unemployment dips to 8.2%, but trucking loses 1,900 jobs
  59. Truck Drivers on Payroll Rise 2.9 Percent
  60. Trucking group praises large truck proposal
  61. Trucking Demand Steady, Says FTR Associates
  62. FMCSA Closes Unsafe Utah Trucking Firm
  63. Delaware Truckers Charged With Shipper, Tax Fraud
  64. Fraudulent Broker Gets 10 Years in Jail
  65. Speed limiter report: Trucks with devices had 50% lower ‘speed-limiter relevant’ cras
  66. CSA-Scorecards-for-Drivers
  67. FMCSA needs to kick vetting process up a notch to find chameleon carriers
  68. FMCSA to change CSA scoring; Cargo BASIC goes away
  69. Trucks of the Future
  70. Too Few Truck Drivers Means Swift’s Profit in Expansion: Freight
  71. FMCSA says it still intends to to develop crash accountability program
  72. New Natural Gas Engines
  73. Bipartisan-Transportation-Bill?
  74. The-ATA-Questions-CSA-Compliance?
  75. DOT-Needs-Transportation-Investment?
  76. Trucking-based economic indicator shows little growth
  77. Trucking Sector Gains Momentum -- YRC Worldwide and Arkansas Best Looking Strong
  78. Largest LTL Carriers Grew 17 Percent in 2011
  79. FMCSA and Their Flawed Logic
  80. New Obstructive Sleep Apnea Info March 11 2012
  81. (HOS)-Logbook-Examples
  82. Central States Pension Fund Restricted Reemployment Rules
  83. LTL Trucking Grew 11.6 Percent in 2011
  84. Truck Volume Forecast to Grow 3.9 Percent in 2012
  85. Truck Pricing Forecast to Climb 3 to 5 Percent
  86. Trucking-Firm-Must-Pay-$190,000-to-Truck-Driver?
  87. EEOC sues Celadon over disability issue; CEO 'perplexed,' defends hiring practices
  88. Mexico carriers: ‘no benefit’ to joining NAFTA pilot program
  89. FMCSA denies OOIDA’s accusation of EOBR violation
  90. NC-Joins-Interstate-Toll-Program?
  91. New Definition of Tank Vehicle Will Affect CDL Endorsement Requirement
  92. Minnesota trucking operator sentenced for fraud
  93. Transport Industry Fights N.J. Employee-Driver Bills
  94. Trucking-based indicator drops in January; 'big gain' ahead?
  95. ATA objects to 'arbitrary' interim step in medical exam program
  96. Roadrunner Profit Soars Eight-Fold in 2011
  97. Analyst Says 2012 Truck Rates Could Rise 6 Percent
  98. Trucking Company Indicted for Breaking Driver Rules
  99. Federal Inspectors Shut Down Indiana Trucking Company
  100. US Shipments Index Grows 3.6 Percent
  101. No final rule on EOBRs this year, FMCSA Administrator Ferro says
  102. Con-Way profit soared 22 fold
  103. House transportation bill would spend about $260B, increase truck size
  104. Court orders FMCSA to respond to OOIDA on EOBR motion
  105. Turnaround at Swift Nets $90 Million Profit
  106. New health costs compounding driver shortage, survey says
  107. U.S. Trucking Industry Posts Biggest Jump in 13 Years
  108. High court: warrant needed for GPS tracking
  109. Trucker "pay must top $60,000"
  110. 2nd Mexican carrier granted authority to participate in cross-border program
  111. Advisory Panels Urge Tougher Screening for Sleep Apnea
  112. Inspection Bulletin
  113. Freight Index Signals Steadier US Shipping Demand
  114. PA-NJ-and-OH-Turnpike-Toll-Increases?
  115. How's it going? Depends on who you ask
  116. Banning-CB-Radios?
  117. DOT's-New-Inspection-Facility-Technology
  118. Truck-Safety-Bill-Passes?
  119. New-Physical-Qualifications-For-Truck-Drivers?
  120. Shipper, Trucking Groups Plan Washington ‘Fly-In’
  121. Senate Panel Approves Multimodal, Truck Safety Bills
  122. Driver turnover rate rises for fourth straight quarter
  123. Senators introduce bill to strengthen FMCSA, truck regs
  124. Obama, Harper Sign Cross-Border Pacts on Trade, Security
  125. FedEx Ground to Raise Rates 4.9 Percent
  126. Fmcsa-Planning-More-Crack-Downs?
  127. DOT-Lauches-In-House-Safety-Policy?
  128. Unemployment rate lowest since March 2009, trucking adds 3,600 jobs
  129. Third Mexico-domiciled carrier passes pilot program safety audit
  130. US DOT Cell Phone Ban
  131. Kansas-City-Freight-Power?
  132. ATA Takes Driver Hours Battle to Budget Office
  133. FMCSA-Shuts-Down-Trucking-Company
  134. Arrow Trucking Employees May Get Additional $2 Million
  135. PA-Governor-Signs-Texting-While-Driving-Ban
  136. Offshore Stability?
  137. LTL Rates Rising, But So Are Costs
  138. DOT-Preparing-to-Cellphone-Jam-Truck-Drivers?
  139. Unemployment dips to 9%; trucking adds 3,100 jobs
  140. Thought you would find this interesting
  141. I-69 Corridor?
  142. Construction-Begins-on-Unmanned-Checkpoint?
  143. Trucking Performance Points Away from Second Recession
  144. (WTO)-World-Trade-Organization?
  145. Survey: Smaller fleets could close if tonnage doesn’t increase
  146. Trucking, other stakeholders wait as HOS deadline draws near
  147. First truck crosses border under new pilot program
  148. FMCSA's Ferro uncertain if new HOS rule will be out by Oct. 28
  149. DeFazio reiterates concerns about Mexico program
  150. DOT Chief, LaHood, Says He Won't Serve Second Term
  151. Vermont's Fatal Large Truck Crash Rate Tripled
  152. All Eyes on Trucking Industry as Latest Data Points to Recession
  153. Mexico cross-border program fully compliant, DOT tells Congress
  154. Freight Shipping Index Reaches Three-Year High
  155. U.S. DOT takes closer look at Mexican CDLs
  156. Speaker Boehner calls on White House to drop HOS changes
  157. FMCSA looks for link between personality, crashes
  158. Trucking Sector in Stronger Shape Than Expected
  159. Shippers Step Up Campaign for Heavier Trucks
  160. Transportation Stocks are Diving on Concerns of an Economic Slowdown
  161. (HOS) Shippers Urge Congress to Block Driver Rule Change
  162. Truckload carriers taking accessorial charges to shippers
  163. ANALYSIS: Safety scores questionable for some Mexican cross-border applicants
  164. Driver turnover rises to three-year high in second quarter
  165. U.S. Trucking Volume Decline Lessens
  166. Lawmakers Seek End to Trucking HOS Rewrite
  167. OOIDA questions granting pilot project authority to Mexico carrier
  168. Morgan Stanley Sees Truckload Demand Rising
  169. Trucking company accused of discrimination
  170. Transport Executives Rank Among World's Richest
  171. Freight CEOs Press Congress on Infrastructure
  172. MGM Transport closing.
  173. Congressman questions FMCSA on cross-border trucking
  174. Retailers in U.S. Risk Holiday Shipping Rush
  175. Truckload Carriers Seeing Strong Demand
  176. Schneider starts "Fracking" division, wants 500 truckers
  177. NTSB calls for ban on mobile-phone use by commercial drivers
  178. Swift contracts more trucks to Wal-Mart
  179. The Fools: Upgrades and Downgrades
  180. Pricing Environment Remains Strong in Trucking Sector
  181. Nafta?
  182. Wolfe Trahan Cuts 2012 Transport Earnings Estimates
  183. Transportation job openings jump 33%
  184. Top 25 CSA Violations by Drivers and Carriers
  185. Feds sue Old Dominion for disability discrimination
  186. Supply-Chain Update
  187. Court overturns onboard truck recorder rule
  188. Best CSA 2010 book
  189. Driver shortage shows gain in U.S. U.S. Truck Cargo: Freight Markets
  190. Heard a rumor ??
  191. US-FedGov-Project on Truck-Drivers?
  192. Trucking weakens in July; trends are important for YRC
  193. Roadrunner Transport on a buying frenzy
  194. ODFL raises rates far lower than its competitors
  195. Economics on Transportation
  196. LTL market not good not for USPS
  197. TDU Brake-test
  198. DOT Stimulus Payout
  199. LTL Rate Hike
  200. FedEx Wants to Squeeze Money From a Turnip
  201. Transportation stocks lead market dive
  202. FedEx Freight Hikes Rates 6.75%
  203. After the debt ceiling debate, what's next? (08/03/2011)
  204. Trucking Adds 1,300 Jobs
  205. Con-way profit skyrockets 111 percent!!!!
  206. Higher pricing/acquisitions boost Roadrunner's Revenue
  207. Government and the Supply Chain/Transportation Industry
  208. MIQ Logistics expands, buys The Logistics Corp.
  209. Kudos to JOC (Journal of Commerce)
  210. Familiar CF scenario...Con-way extends credit facility
  211. Composite containers
  212. Truckload Carriers Hungry for Acquisitions
  213. ODFL Profit Leaps 83.1 Percent!!!
  214. Canada's Purolator International Expands in US
  215. New Legislation that Would Raise the Weight Limit for Trucks
  216. Rep. Peter DeFazio moves to put Mexico-U.S. truck deal in the ditch
  217. Con-way Matches ABF/UPSF Rate Hikes
  218. Canadian Ports Taking Export Traffic Away From U.S. Ports
  219. Minnesota Shutdown Troubles Truckers
  220. Driving with the BIG rigs
  221. Local 413
  222. US and EU Cooperate On Marine Highways
  223. What the ABF-YRC Court Decision Means
  224. FAA Proposes $689,800 FedEx Hazmat Fine
  225. Truck Firms Gird for New Limits
  226. Cvsa
  227. US-Mexico Sign Cross Border Trucking Pact
  228. Isn't CAFTA Just As Bad As NAFTA?
  229. Union Trucks Not Allowed
  230. UPSF Hikes Rates, Boosts Yields for YRC/Others
  231. Old CF Article
  232. Federal Truck Safety Plan Includes Shippers
  233. Truckload Rates Jump 5-15 Percent
  234. Trucking Regulator Seeks Comment on 5 Year Plan
  235. The Lines Are Drawn, Truckers, Carriers, Lobbying Groups Take Sides on EOBRs
  236. Trucking index slips as economy slows
  237. A Smooth Road for Less-Than-Truckload
  238. Trucking Companies Losing Long-haul Drivers
  239. Fedex Annual Revenue Rises to $39.3 Billion
  240. The Perfect Trucking Storm
  241. Mexico Truck Agreement May Be Signed This Month Mexican Official Says
  242. Truckers Unhappy With Pricing Model, Survey Says
  243. Proposed HOS Regulations Called Unneeded, Costly At House Hearing
  244. Truckload Capacity Tightening, LTL Stable
  245. DHL buys Standard
  246. Judge Called ABF, YRC Teamster Contracts Separate
  247. Human truck driving football
  248. Truckload Capacity Seen Tightening
  249. UPSF & ABF Drivers Assist In Charity Delivery
  250. Another reason freight took a hit..