Trucking Regulations

Flaw in Highway Bill Would Hurt Small Carriers

A new highway funding bill has passed both the House of Representatives and the Senate… Read More

Carrier Hiring Standard Survives in House’s Highway Bill—With One Flaw

The National Carrier Hiring Standard survived in the House of Representatives’ six-year transportation reauthorization bill… Read More

MC Numbers Going Away—But Not So Soon

<p>Two days before the scheduled start date of the new Unified Registration System (URS)… Read More

5 New Regulations Brokers Can’t Ignore

<p>There are slew of regulatory issues on the horizon that will affect freight brokerage businesses… Read More

Goodbye, MC Numbers. Hello, Unified Registration System.

Docket numbers, including MC numbers, are being discontinued. Read More

How to Get Your Operating Authority

<p>Thinking about starting your own business? Read More

HOS Rules Cost Drivers Billions in Wages

The Hours of Service rules that were in effect in 2013 and 2014 hurt trucking companies economically… Read More

TIA Calls For Removal of CSA Scores

For years, carrier groups have opposed the online publication of CSA scores. Read More

National Carrier Hiring Standard Could be in Highway Funding Bill

A bill to create a national carrier hiring standard was re-introduced in the House of Representatives in February and could… Read More

Brokers, Shippers Are Liable for CARB-TRU Compliance

The deadline for reefer compliance was January 1, and California’s Air Resources Board (CARB)… Read More