FMCSA Orders Colorado Trucking Company to Immediately Cease Operations for Continuing to Endanger Public Safety

July 10, 2013
Commerce City-Colo, Inc. was ordered to cease its trucking operations because it was declared as a hazard by FMCSA to the safety of the public. This company’s trucks basically transport debris from one place to another. This company has been violating the laws of FMCSA from last few years and still doing so FMCSA ceased the operations of the company. Transportation secretary declared that they will not allow endangering the lives of ... Read more »

FMCSA’s “Operation Quick Strike” Shuts Down Another Unsafe Bus Company

July 9, 2013
FMCSA has banned another company named Va-based passenger carrier because its drivers and vehicles were devastating for the environment. Motor coaches and mini buses are providing services throughout the mid- Atlantic region as operated by advanced ventures. According to U.S transportation secretary, safety is their priority and any company violating the laws of public safety are not allowed to operate. According to the investigation of FMCSA about dangerous passenger carriers, investigators found that Advanced Ventures ... Read more »

FMCSA Declares Kansas-based Carrier Midnight Express to be an Imminent Hazard to Public Safety

July 5, 2013
Kan based passenger carrier Midnight Express was ordered by FMCSA to cease its operations because the owners of the company were using unauthorized commercial transportation service. U.S transportation secretary announced that there is nothing more important than safety. Passengers should have a feeling of safety while sitting in a vehicle and it should be properly maintained and operated by a qualified driver. Vehicles that are not safe are not allowed to operate. A passenger ... Read more »

FMCSA Orders Mississippi-based Carbo Limo of Oxford to Cease Interstate Passenger Service

July 4, 2013
In another case of FMCSA, it ordered Carbo Limo of Oxford to stop its operations within no time of passenger service in the state. According to detailed investigation of this, the company was having two coaches that were used in the state and were totally unsafe and also the driver’s driving experience was not in accordance to federal safety regulations. According to the words of U.S transportation secretary, safety is their highest priority ... Read more »

FMCSA’s “Operation Quick Strike” Shuts Down South Carolina-based Passenger Carrier

July 3, 2013
In another case, U.S department of transportation banned Lake City, a destiny for tour carriers because of their drivers posing dangers to the safety of the public. The highest priority of U.S transportation is safety and they can’t allow bus drivers to endanger the lives of the people because everyone has right to keep their lives safe. FMCSA thoroughly investigated about destiny tours, which operate a charter service in U.S, which rejected a document ... Read more »

U.S. Department of Transportation Declares New Mexico Long-Haul Truck Driver to be an Imminent Hazard to Public Safety

June 26, 2013
According to FMCSA, a Mexico licensed truck driver was declared as devastating hazard for the safety of the public and they ordered him not to operate any commercial vehicle in the state premises. U.S transportation security ensures the safety of the nation by pushing away those drivers from the road that is injurious for public safety. Leading this towards the case of a person in Cleveland, who was carrying a very heavy ... Read more »

Bus Crash Causation Study (BCCS)

June 17, 2013
The Bus Crash Causation Study (BCCS) collected crash data on 39 crashes involving 40 buses in 2005 and 2006 in northeastern New Jersey. The area is part of the New York City metropolitan area and home to large fleets of various types of buses. Each crash involved at least one fatality or one incapacitating or non-incapacitating injury. Data was gathered by a trained crash researcher and State truck and bus inspectors at ... Read more »

Large Truck Crash Causation Study

June 15, 2013
The goal of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is to reduce the number and severity of large truck- and bus-involved crashes through more commercial motor vehicle and operator inspections and compliance reviews, stronger enforcement measures against violators, expedited completion of rulemaking proceedings, scientifically sound research, and effective CDL testing, recordkeeping, and sanctions. The Large Truck Crash Causation Study (LTCCS) was undertaken jointly by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and ... Read more »

DOT compliance and Trucking needs

June 5, 2013
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Education & Technical Assistance (ETA) – Guide to Improving Highway Safety

June 4, 2013
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has produced "A Motor Carrier's Guide to Improving Highway Safety" for Education and Technical Assistance Program. The overall goal is to improve the safe transportation of passengers and goods on the nation's highways, through a coordinated effort of Federal, State, and industry organizations to reduce fatalities, injuries, property damage and Hazardous Materials incidents.  This training basically is comprised of some parts, each containing a specific safety ... Read more »