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LaHood: ‘I am Thrilled that Tens of Thousands of UNION Workers can go back to Work
Over the past few days United States Secretary of Transportation was worried sick because Senate went home without deciding on another FAA Extension. U.S. Secretary of DOT Ray LaHood wrote in his blog: “I’m thrilled this morning that the Senate … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged airport improvement, construction season, construction workers, economy, FAA, faa bill, few days, home, Improvement Projects, jobless rates, Jobs, long time, numbers don, Ray LaHood, sad thing, Secretary, Secretary of Transportation, Senate, tens of thousands, Thrilled, unemployment figures, union thugs, united states secretary of transportation, victory, work Leave a comment
Strike Three! – FMCSA, You’re Outta There!
The primary mission of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities involving large trucks and buses. The FMCSA was established as a separate administration within the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) on January … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking, trucking news Tagged American Trucking Association, American Trucking Associations, commercial motor vehicles, driver fatigue, Federal, federal motor carrier, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, FMCSA, Good Year, Hours-of-Service, improvement act, motor, motor carrier safety, motor carrier safety administration, professional truck drivers, safety, safety group, Safety Improvement, Strike, Third Strike, transportation dot, truck, trucking industry, two strikes, U.S. Department 1 Comment
Where is the Outrage – Mexican Trucks are coming to a State Near you
I have written on this subject several times – but where is the outrage? Mexican trucks are coming to the U.S. very soon – quite likely before the end of the month. Calls, and or letters/faxes need to be sent … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking, trucking news Tagged bus drivers, commercial drivers, Electronic Device, Environmental Issues, federal motor carrier, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, FMCSA, idea, Mexican Trucks, motor, motor carrier safety, motor carrier safety administration, number, ooida, pilot program, Regulatory Regime, Roadways, safety and security, security, security concerns, Todd Spencer, transportation dot, Trucking, trucking industry, us trucks 3 Comments
CrossBorder Trucking with Mexico – DOT ‘Assumes’ it is Safe
I have been writing about this for a while, explaining that if the Department of Transportation (DOT) head and Obama succeed in opening the border more American jobs will go away, and the safety we NOW have on interstate highways … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking, trucking news Tagged border region, Bureau, bureau of consular affairs, Carjacking, department of state bureau of consular affairs, highway robbery, interstate highways, mexican citizens, Mexican government, mexico mexico, mexico tourist, Obama, Ray LaHood, Resort Areas, Security Situation, State, Tourist Destinations, transportation dot, Travel Warning, truck, Truck Drivers, vacationers, victims of violence, violence, violence and crime 1 Comment
Something Ray LaHood and Obama are not Saying about Allison Transmissions
While Obama is out “touring/campaigning” the country visiting all these manufactures of supposed “greenier” vehicles, and American jobs, there is something they are not mentioning. In a blog post by U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood today wrote: “Less gas, … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged 100 Years, allison transmission, allison transmissions, american taxpayers, betting man, commercial trucks, commercial vehicles, Forefront, future america, hybrid buses, Hybrid Technology, leading the way, mileage, Military Vehicles, New Jobs, news, Obam, Obama, plant, Ray LaHood, Secretary of Transportation, stimulus, Transmission Systems, way 1 Comment
WARNING Kentucky Residents – Lex18 News is a Liberal News Station
I usually do not make my opinions known about certain things on Facebook. But, today was different. I’m not sure if it is just where I am fed-up with Obama and this whole Osama Bin Laden “story” or if I … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged angry response, cambell, discussion, facebook, Flam, flame bait, follower, forum, ft cambell ky, Grievances, inflammatory rhetoric, internet discussion group, kentucky residents, lex18 news, liberal news, Misunderstandings, news, news station, Obama, offensive terms, osama bin laden, Public Internet, sayers, Today, use Leave a comment
Members of Congress tell DOT to Abolish Cross Border Program with Mexico
Barack Hussein Obama opens border, defies unions, and ignores Congress on the controversial cross-border issue with Mexico. U.S. and Mexican trucks were previously authorized to cross their shared border under the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, but the U.S. … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged barack hussein obama, border, border program, bruno ferrari, celadon group inc, Chief Executive Officer, Congress, daniel lipinski, Duncan Hunter, economy, Economy Minister, environmental standards, Free Trade Agreement, members of congress, mexican economy, Mexican Trucks, North American Free Trade Agreement, pilot program, Ray LaHood, Secretary, Secretary of Transportation, steve russell, truck, trucking industry, united states secretary of transportation 1 Comment
Sharing the Roads Safely
Precaution is better than cure.–Edward Coke Those who earn a living by driving a truck, whether it is a dump truck, a city box truck, or a semi, over the road truck, are commonly called truck drivers in North America, … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged Advancements In Technology, air brakes, Canada And The United States, dump truck, edward coke, freeway ramp, good lighting, Kingpins, Lorry Drivers, Mechanical Issues, new advancements in technology, public rest, rest area, rest areas, Riff Raff, safe place, Safety Rest, Truck Drivers, Truck Stops, unsafe neighborhoods Leave a comment
Which one is ‘Distorting Facts’ – Obama or Ray LaHood?
I hate to keep beating on a dead-horse, but US Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood or Obama is guilty of falsifying the facts. It more than likely is both but that is another article. This is just another one of … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged access, Airports, bridge inspections, China Trains, countries in europe, dead horse, Federal Highway Administration, high speed rail, highway, HSR, infrastructure, Internet Access, maintenance, Obama, Oversight, press release, railways, Ray LaHood, roads and bridges, Secretary of Transportation, state of the union, Today, union, union speech, Utmost Importance 1 Comment
If Mexican Trucks want to Operate in the US – Let them pay for their Own EOBRs
And the saga continues. First in 1995 the US and Mexico started a pilot program to allow Mexican trucks to travel throughout the US delivering loads brought in from Mexico. The US trucks were allowed to do the same in … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged American Safety, commercial drivers, driver fatigue, Electronic Device, federal motor carrier, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, FMCSA, Hours-of-Service, Mexican government, mexican truckers, Mexican Trucks, motor carrier safety, motor carrier safety administration, pilot program, slap in the face, time drivers, transportation dot, trucking companies, trucking industry, us trucks 1 Comment