Regulation & Policy
Opposition to the shipment of liquid radioactive waste from Canada to South Carolina by truck spotlights broader challenge to hazardous materials transportation.
A U.S. federal mandate requiring truck drivers to use electronic logging devices by the end of next year won’t necessarily be the harbinger of a long-anticipated “capacity crunch.”
India’s maritime administrator is showing no sign of backing down from its previous diktat barring container terminal operators from offering container weighing services on-site for a fee.
A proposal to mandate speed-limiting technology on heavy trucks would increase demand for truck drivers, U.S. regulators admit.
U.S. maritime regulators have more questions for the Ocean Alliance.
The U.S. federal government, with the help of shippers and others, is trying to come to grips with how to improve port productivity.
Many U.S. exporters are still confused about how to meet Chinese rules aimed at preventing the spread of the Zika virus.
Commercial shipping's opportunities to do business with Cuba are unlikely to significantly improve until at least February 2018.
Two shipper groups are protesting changes to the uniform bill of lading, but does the U.S. Surface Transportation Board have the authority to intervene?
U.S. marine terminals and vessels handling dangerous bulk goods or carrying more than 1,000 passengers have been given a two-year deadline to electronically verify Transportation Worker Identification Credentials.