Like Late-Blooming Perennials, Trucks and Tractor-Trailers Appear for the Harvest
Harvest-service rigs with hopper-bottom trailers pause at sunset along U.S. 23 in northwestern Ohio. Tomorrow they’ll resume working, hauling grain
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Diesel Jumps 4.9¢ to $3 a Gallon
 Updated: 10/5/2010 9:00:00 AM Gas Gains 3.8¢ to $2.732, Following Crude Increase Diesel’s national average price jumped 4.9 cents to
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U.S. Department of Transportation Strengthens Commercial Bus Safety with National Passenger Carrier Strike Force
U.S. Department of Transportation Office of Public Affairs 1200 New Jersey Ave., S.E. Washington, DC 20590www.dot.gov/affairs/briefing.htm FMCSA 13-10 Tuesday, August
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Bill in House Aims to ‘Reduce Barriers to New Truck Acquisition’
New bill would cut costs for equipment acquisition. (Photo by Deborah Lockridge) By Truckinginfo.com Staff Among the bills introduced on
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ISM Services Index Expands at Faster Pace
 Updated: 10/5/2010 10:15:00 AM The U.S. economy’s service sector expanded at a faster pace in September, the Institute for Supply
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Remarks at Sympoisum on Naturalistic Driving Research
Remarks of Bill Bronrott FMCSA Deputy Administrator Panel Session: Driving Transportation Policy with Naturalistic Data Wednesday, September 1, 2010, 1:30
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Brodsky Out at Retread Bureau
The Tire Retread Repair Information Bureau has fired Managing Director Harvey Brodsky, who had been in the job for 29
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Carlisle Sells Trail King
 Updated: 10/5/2010 10:45:00 AM Carlisle Companies said Tuesday it sold its Trail King specialty trailer business, but did not identify
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Remarks at the National Transportation Center Academy Graduation
Remarks by Anne S. Ferro FMCSA Administrator National Transportation Center Academy Graduation San Marcos, TX September 2, 2010 Introduction I’m
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Proud and Alone, Cold as a Stone
It just doesn’t pay to get involved anymore, but tell that to someone wired with the willingness-to-help gene. A sad
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MCE Panels to Examine Expected Rules for Reducing Emissions
 Updated: 10/6/2010 3:15:00 PM By Sean McNally, Senior Reporter This story appears in the Oct. 4 print edition of Transport
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Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces New Anti-distracted Driving Regulations, Employer Policies, and Preliminary Results from Pilot Enforcement Campaigns
U.S. Department of Transportation Office of Public Affairs 1200 New Jersey Ave., S.E. Washington, DC 20590www.dot.gov/affairs/index.html USDOT 175-10 Tuesday, September
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Donate IRA funds to charity
Time is running out on a unique tax break for older taxpayers with charitable intentions. If you donate funds directly
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NHTSA Proposes New Truck-Tire Standards
The Department of Transportation has proposed changes to heavy-duty truck tire safety standards, the first such proposal in 37 years.
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TSA Orlando Making a Difference in the Community
Press Release October 4, 2010 Media Contact: TSA Public Affairs Sari Koshetz 305-432-0076 ORLANDO, Fla. – A Transportation Security Administration
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