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Police Allow Trucks to Travel through Tennessee Flooded Road
The image below is either just amazing or just plain stupid. On the part of the truckers for doing it, and on the police for allowing them to do it. How did the cops know that the integrity of the … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged f2 tornado, image, road, Schneider National, six inches, source of water, State, state of tennessee, Tennessee, thing, water 3 Comments
Truck Drivers and Personnel Learn What THP Is Looking For
The Tennessee Highway Patrol and representatives of Tennessee Trucking Association (TTA) member companies jointly inspected trucks Friday at the Greene County Scales Complex on Interstate 81 in western Greene County. Lt. James McKenzie, commander of the scales complex, said the … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged Billy Branner, Capt. Dean Hurley, Edmond Sorrell, Gary Capps, Greene County, highway, james mckenzie, Lt. James McKenzie, Lt. McKenzie, Mary Beth Lascurain, Noah Click, oak ridge national laboratory, Patrol, Paul Penley, Preston Cox, Ramsey, Rusty Williams, safety, Sgt. Doug DeBusk, Sgt. Jarrett, Tennessee, tennessee association of rescue squads, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Trooper, Trucking, Vince Mullins, western Greene County Leave a comment
VDOT to scale back services along I-81
The days of convenient rest areas, freshly mowed grass and weed-free flower beds along the interstates in Southwest Virginia are coming to an end. The Commonwealth Transportation Board on Thursday slashed transportation spending for the coming year and beyond. The … Continue reading
Highway truckers keep roads safer, kinder
Hate those huge trucks on the highway? I don’t and here are two stories why. I was on my way south from Tennessee early one morning, and suddenly I heard a clunk. I pulled over, hoped my “Women under the … Continue reading
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ATA and Safety Officials to Hold Press Conference on New Highway Safety Agenda
Safety experts from outside the trucking industry will comment on the American Trucking Associations’ (ATA) expanded highway safety agenda at a press conference on Tuesday, June 9, on Capitol Hill at 10 a.m. ATA’s press conference will announce the trucking … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged Administrator John Hill, America, American Institute of Architects, american insurance association, American International Group, American Transportation Research Institute, American Trucking Associations, Ark., ATA, ATRI, Barbara Windsor, Bill Graves, Bob Davidson, Buffalo, Capitol Hill, CEO Bill Graves, CEO Bob Davidson, CEO Doug Duncan, Con-way Freight, Cullum, D.C., David May, David Snyder, Director Tom Hodgson, Doug Duncan, FedEx, Fort Smith, Garfield Circle, General Counsel, Greenwood, Hill Group Inc., Ind., Indiana, John Hill, M Sts, Maryland, Maryland Avenue, Md., Memphis, motor carrier safety, N.Y., New York, President, press, safety, Stephen, Stephen C., Susan Owings, Tenn., Tennessee, Tom Hodgson, tractor trailer trucks, Trucking, United States, Washington Leave a comment
Safety Milestone of 5 Million Accident-Free Miles
Professional driver Arthur Cage has achieved the elite status of driving 5 million accident-free miles, making him the only driver in the history of the company to achieve this accomplishment. Mr. Cage, 62, has driven for Roadway (a YRC heritage … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged Arthur, Arthur Cage, Darrin Washington, Houston, Memphis, Mike Smid, New York City, Tennessee, YRC National Transportation Leave a comment
TDOT and THP Get Ready for 2009 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
For the eighth year in a row, the city of Manchester is gearing up to receive nearly 80,000 visitors from across the country as music lovers flock to one of the premier summer music festivals, Bonnaroo. The Tennessee Department of … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged Coffee County, Coffee County Sheriff's Department, local law enforcement, Manchester, Manchester Police Department, Mike Walker, TDOT, TDOT Commissioner Gerald Nicely, Tennessee, Tennessee Department of Transportation, Tennessee Highway Patrol Leave a comment
Long Haul Truckers Are Getting Spoiled On A New SleepDog Mattress
For long-haul truckers, getting a good night’s sleep is a necessity. With a new SleepDog mattress, it can also be a luxury. SleepDogMattress.com (a division of BedinaBox.com) is proud to introduce our full line of American-made (manufactured in Mount Airy, … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged America, Australia, Matt Burgess, Mount Airy, North Carolina, pains, Tennessee, Transport Accident Commission 1 Comment
Invasion of Privacy?
Tennessee speeders could get fingerprinted – Motorists stopped for traffic violations in Tennessee could be fingerprinted if state lawmakers approve a bill pending in the legislature. Currently, when drivers are cited during traffic stops, police officers ask for the driver’s … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged Bill, bill numbers, Davidson County, driver, invasion of privacy, Martha Simms, Police, privacy, speeders, state lawmakers, Tennessee, traffic, traffic stops 6 Comments