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Study Finds Few Health Effects from EPA-07 Engines

(April 16, 2012) -- EPA 2007-compliant diesel engines provided "historic improvements" in reducing particulate and nitrogen oxide emissions and have drastically cut...

Carriers Buying Technology, Training Drivers to Understand CSA

(April 16 2012) -- Carriers are taking multiple steps to comply with CSA, the new safety rating system in the U.S, according to...

BCTA Says Highway 97 Projects Equal Improved Efficiency & Safety

Langley, British Columbia (April 16)—The BC Trucking Association (BCTA) is pleased the Province is investing $200 million in Phase 2 of the...

Industry Group Says Proposed GHG Reg Consistent with Direction Truckers Already Headed In

(Ottawa, April 13, 2012) – Today's announcement by Environment Minister Peter Kent aimed at reducing Canada's greenhouse gas emissions from heavy trucks...

New Brunswick Raises IFTA Trucking Fees

(April 11, 2012) -- New Brunswick has implemented new fees for all International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) registrants. According to the Atlantic Provinces Trucking...

A new, eye-opening report on Driver Shortage

CTA Blue Ribbon Task Force Provides Leadership, Direction on Shrinking the Driver Shortage Landmark report examines labour system, outlines core values and issues...

MTO Considers 5-Year Extension of CB Exemption from Distracted Driving Rule

Market for hands-free, two way radio still needs time to develop (Toronto, April 10, 2012) -- The Ontario Ministry of Transportation appears to...

More Carriers Balancing Brokers as Spot Market Rises

(April 9, 2012) -- Motor carriers are continuing to move away from the use of brokers compared to years past, although not as...