Four state transportation department executives discussed workforce development innovations during a Jan. 15 panel at the Transportation Research Board's 98th Annual meeting in
The partial shutdown of the U.S. government could delay the publication of a proposed rule to reform hours of service regulations, according to
Massachusetts law enforcement officers can now arrest suspected drugged drivers based on their observations of their behavior.
The Supreme Judicial Court in Massachusetts recently
The Vermont Highway Safety Alliance is proud to sponsor the second annual Public Safety Announcement (PSA) award contest designed to change driving habits,
The odds of dying accidentally from an opioid overdose have risen to one in 96, surpassing the odds of dying in a motor
Adaptive headlight systems allow drivers to spot a difficult-to-see object on a dark, curvy road about a third of a second earlier than