In The News: Are Drivers Quitting After Positive Marijuana Tests?

Thousands of drivers who have tested positive for marijuana have not enrolled in return-to-work programs, exacerbating the already critical driver shortage.  Any use of marijuana is a violation and can result in significant legal liability.  STC’s Sean Garney said,...

Conveying a Balance on Personal Use

Industry and law enforcement members met earlier this month at the annual Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) spring workshop. The forum facilitates discussion on how to best apply the federal motor carrier safety regulations in a fair and reasonable manner. One...

Safety Cannot be Us Vs Them

Unfortunately, the relationship between motor carriers and law enforcement is, at times, antagonistic, despite our shared mission of safety on our highways. That’s why the American Trucking Associations established the Law Enforcement Advisory Board (LEAB) to...

Tech Companies are Going It Alone

Since its inception, STC has closely tracked the testing and deployment of automated vehicle technology. Many have seen trucking as the natural early adopter of this technology, given the acute driver shortage and existential need for the efficiency gains automated...

FMCSA Asks for Big Money

FMCSA’s Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Request to Congress, asks for $874 Million, and that, along with an additional $135 million from the recently enacted Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, would provide the Agency with more than $1 Billion in resources next year for CMV...