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January 11, 2016

NY, NJ ports propose banning older trucks

Next month, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will begin accepting comment on its proposal to bar trucks with older engines from the ports. By March 1, it would require new trucks that want to serve the port have engines meeting 2007 Environmental Protection Agency on-road emissions standards. The proposal also would
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Split sleeper berth flexibility on the horizon? FMCSA begins study this year

A study of at least 200 truckers operating under various sleep schedules, such as split sleep cycles, could begin this year, according to documents from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. The key goal of the research is to determine the safety viability of allowing truckers to split their off-duty time into segments rather than
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