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U.S. businesses urge administration to keep NAFTA trucking language
Allowing Mexican carriers beyond commercial zones furthers systemwide efficiency, coalition says.
U.S. Customs will devote more attention and resources to technology and e-commerce in 2018, agency's acting head says
Kevin K. McAleenan outlined priorities for the coming year at CONECT conference.
Senate committee caps weight limit on vehicles to be subject to AV laws
10,000-pound limit means heavy-duty trucks will not be considered in upcoming bill.
Multi-industry coalition, including OOIDA, seeks delay in ELD implementation date
Driver group involved with 29 organizations in lobbying effort.
Money alone won't solve our infrastructure woes
A steady and predictable source funding will help, but there are other steps we can take to get our infrastructure repairs back on track.
On the path to innovation
Government and private industry in Thailand are teaming up to create the right formula for spurring growth and innovation.
Thailand 4.0
It may be a mid-tier economy right now, but Thailand is aiming for the big leagues. To make that happen, it's embarking on an ambitious growth plan that includes $50 billion in infrastructure spending.
STB rejects Great Lakes Basin's rail bid
Agency says company failed to prove financial fitness.
OOIDA seeks delay in ELD deadline, saying many states have no authority to enforce rule
Twenty-six states have failed to codify federal truck safety rule, and can't enforce it until they do so, truck group says.
A reluctant change of heart
I have long held that it's the federal government's responsibility to plan and fund the nation's infrastructure. Now, I've been forced to change my position.

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