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11February 2019

Autonomous vehicles held to the same standards as aviation?

On July 14, 2016, a cargo truck targeted a crowd celebrating the French national holiday on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice. Eighty-six people were killed in the attack, and 458 more were injured. A few days before the Christmas holidays, on December 19, 2016, a vehicle plowed into a crowd in B [...]

25January 2019

Legalization of cannabis: the importance of policy for carriers

The legalization of cannabis in Canada in October has attracted a lot of attention. Carriers have had to create or revise their policies regarding drugs and alcohol to make sure they met legal obligations. Lawyer Shelley Brown was invited to discuss the topic at the ISAAC Leadership Summit, atten [...]

30November 2018

CTA action plan to improve road safety

The accident involving a trailer truck and the Humboldt Broncos team bus last April shook the trucking industry. The tragedy, which claimed 16 lives and left 13 injured, most of whom were young hockey players, left the entire population stricken. But the accident was also a wake-up call. Accordin [...]

28September 2018

How an Integrated Workflow Makes a Driver’s Life Easier

If you ask drivers why they chose this career, they often answer that they enjoy driving and spending time on the road, and that it’s a passion for them. Few will ever say they enjoy work-related administrative tasks. Fortunately, technology can help simplify and automate certain types of tasks. [...]

28August 2018

How blockchain could affect the transportation industry

Everyone has been talking about blockchain technology lately. The topic has made headlines around the world. We’ve been hearing about this innovative technology that could literally revolutionize how we do business. What does it mean, in concrete terms, for the transportation industry? How could [...]

18July 2018

4 Proven Benefits of Dash Cameras for Drivers and Carriers

Drivers cover thousands of miles. They are always on the road, which implies they are also more likely to be involved in traffic accidents. Heavy-duty vehicles are massive, and are often the first to be blamed when incidents occur. However, the Ohio Department of Transportation has found that of [...]

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