TAM News

RMV re-opens Boston Haymarket B2B Service Center

RMV reopens additional B2B Center at the Boston Haymarket RMV on June 8.

OSHA revised guidance for recording COVID-19 illnesses

OSHA has revised its April 10 interim guidance regarding the enforcement of the agency’s injuries and illness recording requirement of COVID-19 cases.

Attleboro dedicated B2B service center opens May 26

In addition to the existing Milford, Wilmington, and Chicopee dedicated B2B service centers, RMV will be opening the Attleboro Service Center May 26.

TAM members donate $1,000 to Heading Home charity

TAM members continue to support local charities by making a $1,000 donation to Heading Home, which will be matched dollar-for-dollar!

RMV implements staggered IRP renewal mailing

For 2020 renewals, the RMV is taking a different approach and will stagger the IRP renewal mailing and assigning customers a specific month to renew.

Reopening Massachusetts – Trucking industry-related information

The plan to reopen the Massachusetts economy was published May 18 on the Mass.gov website and includes information applicable to the trucking industry.

FMCSA extends emergency declaration, HOS suspension through June 14

This new declaration extends Emergency Declaration No. 2020-002 – originally issued March 13 – through June 14, 2020.

TAM members donate $1,000 to Greater Boston Food Bank

TAM members continue to show their support for local charities during these challenging times and have made another $1,000 donation this week.

ATRI survey reflects drop in congestion, haul length

Lighter traffic congestion and shorter hauls are some of the outcomes from the coronavirus pandemic’s effect on trucking operations.

Coronavirus-induced shipping rates too low for some

Truck drivers are struggling with a new challenge during the coronavirus crisis – low shipping rates – as demand in the sector declines.