March 2011 News Archive

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The American Trucking Associations (ATA) recently told members of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee that the trucking industry needs Congress to pass a new surface transportation bill focused on highways.

In an effort to reduce fuel costs for specific companies, The PS Energy Group is providing a supply of cleaner, cheaper alternative gas for fleets and vehicles by working with Clean Energy Fuels Corporation.

Gas prices recently fluctuated dramatically due to unrest in Northern Africa. After a brief reprise, the price of on-highway diesel is increasing again, Trucking Info reports.

Orders for new trucks remain strong

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

Despite the troubles in the trucking industry, orders for equipment continue to strengthen as freight haulers generate strong revenue, Fleet Owner reports.

Officials from Penske recently announced that companies that seek ways to inexpensively replace older vehicles with used late-model low-mileage models may find it more difficult to achieve in 2011, Fleet Owner reports.

Recently, officials from Kalispell, Montana passed a provision to the provide an alternate route for heavy commercial vehicles in an effort to promote trucking safety.

After many complaints by Utah residents, the state's Department of Transportation (DOT) is working on maintenance and improvement on the stretch of Interstate 15 that includes Black Ridge,

In an effort to promote trucking safety, the U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), will extend the comment period concerning the wetlines rule until late April, Today's Trucking reports.

Many experts say that individuals can get a good look at the American economy just by seeing how the trucking industry is performing.

North Dakota recently set into motion two bills that address trucking issues in the region.

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