TAM News

Banning commercial trucks from local streets

Trucking Association of Massachusetts past Chairman John Hamel recently submitted feedback on an important topic to the trucking industry.

EPA sponsors supply chain assessment

The EPA’s SmartWay division partnered with the ICCT and Home Depot to complete a supply chain assessment using data from Home Depot.

Advantage Truck Group delivers meals, fights hunger

The annual event creates a community of giving within the trucking industry, helping to feed almost 16,000 people in Central Massachusetts.

ATA responds to USMCA agreement replacing NAFTA

Chris Spear, the president of the American Trucking Association sent out a letter to members on Dec. 9 concerning the USMCA agreement.

MassCEC expands scope to include transportation sector

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, a quasi-governmental agency working on clean energy initiatives is expanding into the clean transportation sector.

Maine proclamation of emergency concerning propane transport

Maine enables propane gas delivery crews to transport such gas more effectively to Maine homes and businesses during emergency.

Regency Transportation participates in air quality research

TAM member Regency Transportation to participate in air quality research with non-profit organization.

ATRI research shows dramatic increases in industry costs

The following press release from the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) was sent Nov. 4, including a review of their most recent Ops Costs report.

TAM legislative committee meets with T4MA

TAM’s committee meets with Transportation for Massachusetts to discuss reducing congestion, improving the quality of roads and bridges, reducing emissions.

Fall legislative update

Currently, we’re focused on the rolling stock initiative, transportation finance discussion, and the governor’s CDL reform legislation.