1. FMCSA Administrator Looking At HOS Flexibility

    By Staff, Go By Truck News, May 31, 2018 The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is investigating whether some flexibility can be added to the hours-of-service rules, according to congressional testimony from FMCSA Administrator Ray Martinez. Speaking before the House Committee on Transporta…Read More

  2. Next week is Roadcheck, and it's the first one in the ELD era

    By John Kingston, FreightWaves.com, May 31, 2018 Next week is the International Roadcheck conducted under the auspices of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, the first since the ELD mandate went into effect. And in what is not a coincidence, Hours of Service rules will be the focus of this year'…Read More

  3. Potential Law Could Simplify HOS Reforms

    By Staff, Go By Truck News, April 26, 2018 An amendment being considered by the U.S. House would, if enacted, allow the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to skip a step in the formal rulemaking process for any reforms to hours of service regulations taken up by the agency for the next two …Read More

  4. FMCSA Includes ELD Violations In Revised CSA Methodology

    By Staff, Go By Truck News, April 18, 2018 The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has updated its list of hours-of-service violations used in the Compliance, Safety, Accountability enforcement model. The agency added 22 roadside inspection violations to its HOS Compliance Behavior Analysis …Read More

  5. FTR's Trucking Conditions Index has never been higher

    By Staff, FleetOwner.com, April 17, 2018 FTR’s Trucking Conditions Index (TCI) for February reflects an environment for carriers that has never been better. The current reading of 15.41 is the highest since FTR began tracking the conditions index in 1992. The index jumped four points from the Janu…Read More