Transport Topics is closed for the Independence Day holiday and will re-open on Monday, July 6. In the meantime, look back at this photo gallery of our Top 10 stories, based on metrics, from the first half of 2015.
In comments filed to a federal agency, OOIDA says that the current standards for urine-based drug testing for commercial drivers are acceptable and that there’s no need to pursue hair-based testing as an alternative.
Spot rate averages for freight failed to increase for the week ending Saturday, June 27. This is compared with the previous week, according to DAT Solutions, which operates the DAT network of load boards.
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