FMCSA Proposes Long-Term Plan for Driver Fitness Rating

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FMCSA Proposes Long-Term Plan for Driver Fitness Rating

July 11, 2013         All and Cosmetics. It payday loans online definitely lasts was excellent.       The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration outlined a nine-year plan in a recent report to Congress. The plan aims to identify drivers who pose the highest safety risk and to target them for enforcement.

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ATRI Launches Fatigue Management Website for Commercial Drivers

July 10, 2013               The American Transportation Research Institute announced that it has launched a website for its new program, The North American Fatigue Management Program. The website, www.nafmp.com, provides free information on screening sleep disorders, fatigue management technologies and how to develop corporate culture to reduce driver fatigue.

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FMCSA Grants Limited Hours Waiver for Livestock Haulers

July 9, 2013   The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association announced that it will be publishing a notice of a temporary waiver on the new 30-minute break requirement for livestock transporters. Officials also indicated that they will develop a permanent exemption from this segment of the rule for livestock and poultry transporters.   To read

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NJEDA is accepting applications for the Stronger NJ Business Grant

July 1, 2013   The New Jersey Economic Development Authority is accepting applications for the Stronger NJ Business Grant. The program provides up to $50,000 per impacted location and up to $250,000 per entity to eligible small businesses and non-profit organizations in New Jersey which sustained a minimum loss of $5,000 in physical damage from

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The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) will Hold its Annual Roadcheck Event June 4-6

May 29, 2013   The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) will hold its annual Roadcheck event June 4-6. CVSA’s Roadcheck is the largest targeted commercial vehicle enforcement program in the world, with approximately 14 trucks or buses being inspected, on average, every minute during the 72-hour period from Canada to Mexico. This year’s Roadcheck will place

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I-5 Closed in Washinton State after Truck Causes Bridge Collapse

May 28, 2013 A section of the Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River north of Seattle collapsed after it was struck late Thursday by a heavy-duty truck. As a result, both directions of I-5 have been closed near the bridge. To see maps of Northbound and Southbound I-5 detour routes, click the following link: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Construction/PugetSound/detourmap.htm#NB

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