The American Trucking Associations asked Congress, in July 12 testimony, to direct the Transportation Security Administration
Earlier this afternoon, ATA Vice President Martin Rojas testified, before the House Homeland Security on ATA's concerns on the MODERN Security Credentials Act.
Today, American Trucking Associations called for Congress to enact sensible credentialing by eliminating duplicative background checks for commercial drivers.
On April 26, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) issued a notice in the Federal Register renewing its Corporate Security Review (CSR) Program. ATA argued that
TSA and PHMSA are hosting HazMat security trainings around the country.
Citing several unanswered implementation questions, the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency announced that it had postponed its scheduled July 1
On May 12, ATA submitted comments to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) about its Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Program. The CFATS regulations govern chemical facilities that hold significant levels of HazMat that DHS has deter
In response to abnormally cold temperatures in the first week of 2010, several Southern governors have issued disaster declarations.
On Nov. 16, ATA filed comments with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) suggesting modifications to their Certified Cargo Screening Program (CCSP). In the 9/11 Commission Act, TSA was required to screen all air cargo flying on passenger plane
Speaking on behalf of the ATA, Celadon Group Inc. Chairman and CEO Stephen Russell told the House Subcommittee on Border, Maritime and Global Counterterrorism, House Homeland Security Committee on October 22, that improving the security and efficiency of