Transportation News - Latest news: Transport legislation

Transport News courtesy of Transportation News Radio

News of multimodal transport and logistics

Noticias del transporte Transporte News Radio

Transport News. Latest news and current transport and logistics: road, rail, sea, air, supply chain. free information.

 


This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news


Transport Topics Online

Senate Bill Would Let Young Truckers Operate in Interstate Commerce
Transport Topics Online
Like the House bill, the legislation would require these drivers to log 400 hours of on-duty time and 240 hours of driving time with an experienced driver in the cab after earning a commercial driver license. An apprenticeship training program would ...

and more »


Transport Topics Online

ATA's Chris Spear Addresses the Champions at NTDC
Transport Topics Online
One such piece of legislation is the Developing Responsible Individuals for a Vibrant Economy, or DRIVE-Safe Act, which proposes a two-step program for prospective young drivers to complete once they obtain a commercial driver license. The legislation ...

and more »


Belfast Telegraph

Fianna Fail says Transport Minister lacks will to implement cycling legislation
Belfast Telegraph
Transport Minister Shane Ross does not possess “the will” to implement minimum passing distance legislation for motorists overtaking cyclists, Fianna Fail has claimed.The opposition party's transport spokesman Robert Troy said on Tuesday that Mr Ross ...

and more »


Australia: Transport, Shipping & Logistics News – 15 August 2018
Mondaq News Alerts
Financial penalties should be levied upon entities that fail to report their modern slavery risks under the proposed legislation, the Law Council will tell a parliamentary committee (03 August 2018). More... Modern slavery bill needs tougher penalties ...



Los Angeles Times

First came the proclamations against Trump's offshore drilling plan. Now comes the legislation
Los Angeles Times
Bills AB 1775 and SB 834 would prohibit the State Lands Commission, which has jurisdiction over tidelands and waters extending roughly three miles offshore, from granting leases for new pipelines and infrastructure — the most economical way to ...

and more »


Transport Topics Online

Senate-Passed Transportation Funding Bill Includes $1 Billion in Infrastructure Grants
Transport Topics Online
Legislation that would provide $1 billion in infrastructure grants and would extend the electronic logging device waiver for livestock haulers for the next fiscal year easily passed the Senate on Aug. 1. The fiscal 2019 transportation measure that ...

and more »


Transport Topics Online

Senate Continues Consideration of Transportation Funding Bill
Transport Topics Online
The appropriations leadership has the transportation bill, which also would fund programs at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, with legislation that would fund the departments of Interior and Agriculture as well as the Environmental ...

and more »


Transport Topics Online

House OKs Bill to Delay TWIC Deployment at High-Risk Facilities
Transport Topics Online
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved legislation calling for a delay in deploying thousands of biometric readers for transportation security cards at the nation's high-risk ports and commercial facilities. A companion bill in the U.S. Senate ...



Transport Topics Online

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao Touts Department's Approach to Autonomous Policy
Transport Topics Online
Speaking at a conference hosted by the American Legislative Exchange Council, Secretary Elaine Chao noted the U.S. Department of Transportation's upcoming automated vehicle regulations also would be performance-based and as nonprescriptive as ...



BBC News

E-cigarettes can be key weapon against smoking, say MPs
BBC News
Norman Lamb, chairman of the science and technology committee, said: "Current policy and regulations do not sufficiently reflect this and businesses, transport providers and public places should stop viewing conventional and e-cigarettes as one and the ...
Smoking ban should not apply to e-cigarettes and vaping should be allowed at work, in pubs and on trains, MPs sayThe Independent

all 225 news articles »

Google News

News search

Transport News

Colabora con nosotros

Colabora con el mantenimiento de la emisora



Other links