FMCSA one step closer to confirmed chef – our latest podcast

After a long period without a confirmed administrator in the Senate, the FMCSA is on the verge of finally having a confirmed leader. Meanwhile, the agency is again extending its COVID-19 emergency declaration.


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The FMCSA is about to finally have a confirmed leader. Meanwhile, the agency is again extending its COVID-19 emergency declaration. Plus, in a week, hundreds of trucks will gather for the American Truck Historical Society’s National Convention and Truck Show. We’ll hear from some of the show’s organizers about what’s next. And a bill about to pass in Ohio would authorize nearly $700 million for transportation, including funding for the Brent Spence Bridge project. Meanwhile, Louisiana lawmakers continue to seek double fines on a major bridge.


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FMCSA’s acting administrator will have a nomination hearing next week. Comments on a proposed speed-limiter mandate keep pouring in. And a Washington State trucking company joins the search for a missing woman.


The big kahuna of vintage truck shows

In a week, hundreds of trucks will gather at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield for an incredible event: the American Truck Historical Society National Convention and Truck Show, the largest gathering of historic trucks every year. We’ll hear from some of the show’s organizers about what’s next.


money and bridges

And a bill about to pass in Ohio would authorize nearly $700 million for transportation, including funding for the Brent Spence Bridge project. Meanwhile, Louisiana lawmakers continue to seek double fines on a major bridge.


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