The plan to reopen the Massachusetts economy was published May 18 on the Mass.gov website and includes information applicable to the trucking industry.
About Kevin Weeks
Kevin is the executive director of the Trucking Association of Massachusetts.
This new declaration extends Emergency Declaration No. 2020-002 – originally issued March 13 – through June 14, 2020.
TAM members continue to show their support for local charities during these challenging times and have made another $1,000 donation this week.
Lighter traffic congestion and shorter hauls are some of the outcomes from the coronavirus pandemic’s effect on trucking operations.
Truck drivers are struggling with a new challenge during the coronavirus crisis – low shipping rates – as demand in the sector declines.
The IRS has released updated FAQs concerning the Employee Retention Credit program under the CARES Act.
Food banks needs increase daily. TAM members contributed to provide a donation of $1,000 to the St John’s Food for the Poor Program in Worcester.
Chris Spear from ATA joins us at 4 p.m. ET on May 4 for a national perspective on COVID-19 and its impact on our industry.
Consolidation of the USDOT, MC and MX personal identification numbers (PINs) into one USDOT PIN begins today (April 27).
In the spirit of Haulin’ 4 Hunger, ATG is partnering with the Worcester Railers Hockey Club to support their Food for Frontliners program.
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