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Posts tagged as: FMCSA

ABA coalition urges CSA changes

The American Bus Association, American Trucking Associations, and eight other transportation industry groups wrote to Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx.

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FMCSA announces enhancements to SMS website

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced a package of enhancements to the Safety Measurement System website.

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FMCSA shuts down Minnesota-based bus company

The FMCSA has ordered On Eagles Wings Charters, Inc., to immediately cease all passenger transportation operations.

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FMCSA announces changes to reporting of adjudicated citations

The FMCSA announced in a Federal Register Notice that beginning August 23, 2014, motor carriers and drivers will be able to request the removal of roadside inspection violations from agency data systems to more accurately reflect outcomes of judicial proceedings.

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MCI Service Centers offers free Federal DOT Inspections through June 5

ith a commitment to highway safety, MCI Service Centers will be offering free Federal DOT inspections from now until June 5.

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DOT reminds drivers that physicals must now be performed by certified medical examiners

National registry will improve safety for travelers, health of commercial drivers.

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Stay Compliant

J.J. Keller’s FMCSA Compliance Manual is available on smartphones, tablets, laptops and printed editions.

The new FMCSA Compliance Manual from J.J. Keller & Associates aims to simplify over-the-road compliance with federal regulations.

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FMCSA shuts down bus companies in Georgia and South Carolina

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s FMCSA has ordered the immediate shut-down of two motor carriers, each for disregarding federal safety regulations and putting their companies’ own drivers, passengers and the public at risk.

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FMCSA crackdown sends a message

sending message

Operation Quick Strike shuts down 52 unsafe operators.

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FMCSA finalizes rule to shut down carriers based on patterns of safety violations

Next week, the FMCSA will publish a Patterns of Safety Violations Rule which implements the agency’s authority to shut down a bus company if the company has a history of purposely violating federal safety regulations.

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