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Roadcheck 2008 Shows Advances in Truck Fleet Safety

The U.S. trucking industry showed improvement in truck safety, including a significant increase in the number of drivers who passed roadside safety inspections and were in compliance with driver work and rest rules, according to the results of the 200


FMCSA Strongly Supports ATA Motion to Stay HOS Decision

The American Trucking Associations welcomes the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration memorandum that asks the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to delay implementing its ruling on regulations that govern the working hours of commercial drivers. '




National Truck Driving Championships Deliver for Minneapolis

Those bringing home trophies and gold belt buckles weren't the only winners at the 2007 National Truck Driving Championships. Thanks to the competitors, families, companies and spectators in the stands, ATA was able to successfully help the Minneapoli



ATA Files Motion for 8-month Delay in HOS Changes

Citing the potential for "serious disruption to trucking operations," American Trucking Associations submitted a motion yesterday asking the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit for an 8-month stay of its mandate to elimi


ATA Files Motion for 8-month Delay in HOS Changes

Citing the potential for "serious disruption to trucking operations," American Trucking Associations submitted a motion yesterday asking the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit for an 8-month stay of its mandate to elimi


ATA ASKS CALIFORNIA SENATE TO REJECT DIESEL BILL

American Trucking Associations President and CEO Bill Graves urges the state Senate Transportation and Housing Committee to reject a pending California state 'magnet bill' that would authorize local air districts to control diesel emissions and dilute