TAM News

CDC self-quarantine guidance for greater NYC transportation & delivery workers

On March 26, the CDC clarified their guidance concerning transportation and delivery workers who had traveled through, or work in the area.

RMV enforcing no walk-in policy

While the RMV has instituted a no walk-in policy please keep in mind the following regarding commercial and CDL activities.

TAM Exclusive – Hand sanitizer offer

TAM has worked with partners to source case quantities of hand sanitizer for those in the trucking industry deemed essential services by the commonwealth.

Survey: Research to quantify trucking impacts from COVID-19

The American Transportation Research Institute is encouraging TAM members and commercial drivers to complete a survey concerning COVID-19 impacts.

Self-quarantine suggested for those who traveled through NYC

White House officials urged anyone leaving the New York City metropolitan area to self-isolate and monitor themselves carefully for 14 days.

60-day extension applied to CDL medical certificates

CDL Medical Certificates (Med Certs) that have expired or will expire after March 1st will have a 60-day extension applied.

Massachusetts orders non-essential businesses closed

Gov. Baker has issued an emergency order. Non-essential businesses must close physical workspaces and facilities to customers, workers and the public.

HOS exemption for refuse carriers in Massachusetts

HOS exemption emergency notice for refuse carriers published by Commonwealth of Massachusetts on March 20.

Massachusetts CDL and learner permits, 60-day renewal extension

Massachusetts RMV implements 60-day extension to Commercial Drivers’ Licenses (CDLs) and Commercial Learner’s Permits (CLPs) expired or expiring in March and April.

FAQs related to FMCSA Emergency Declaration

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published a list of frequently asked questions related to the Expanded Emergency Declaration 2020-002.