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  • The FHWA announces a proposal to allow those drivers currently holding valid waivers from both the vision and diabetes standards contained in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs) to continue to operate in interstate commerce after...
  • The FHWA is changing the applicability date of 49 CFR 384.231(b)(2) from October 1, 1995, to May 18, 1997, in order to allow the States additional time to solve the problem of disqualifying commercial motor vehicle (CMV) operators convicted of a...
  • The FHWA is extending the applicability of rules on controlled substances and alcohol use and testing to include foreign-based drivers of motor carriers operating in the United States. This action is taken pursuant to the Omnibus Transportation...
  • The FHWA is adopting a final rule requiring the use of automatic brake adjusters (ABAs) on hydraulically-braked commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) and air-braked CMVs manufactured on or after October 20, 1993, and October 20, 1994, respectively. This...
  • This document technically amends the definition of the term accident in FHWA's Federal motor carrier safety regulations to include language that was inadvertently omitted from a previous final rule, and technically amends those regulations to indicate...
  • Several petitioners requested an extension of the effective date of, and certain exemptions from, the final rule implementing the Intermodal Safe Container Transportation Act of 1992. On May 25, 1995 (60 FR 27700), the FHWA requested comments on the...
  • The FHWA is issuing its decision generally denying a waiver from the commercial driver's license (CDL) regulations (49 CFR Part 383) to certain drivers employed by the pyrotechnics industry. The FHWA is granting alternate relief which would enable a...
  • The FHWA published a document on May 16, 1995 at 60 FR 26001 which administratively extended until September 27, 1995, the effective date of its final rule implementing the requirements of the Intermodal Safe Container Transportation Act of 1992. The...
  • The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has received petitions from APL Land Transport Services, Inc., ``K'' Line America, Inc., and the Intermodal Safe Container Coalition seeking a delay in the June 27, 1995, effective date of the FHWA regulations...
  • The FHWA is requesting public comment on a petition submitted by the pyrotechnics industry on March 6, 1995, for relief from the requirements of the commercial driver's license regulations (CDL) (49 CFR Part 383). The FHWA is proposing to authorize...
  • The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit recently issued a decision that vacated the pre-employment alcohol testing requirements of the Federal Highway Administration's alcohol testing rule. The Court remanded this provision to the...
  • This document amends the controlled substances and alcohol testing regulations to require a motor carrier to prepare an annual summary of alcohol and controlled substances test results only upon the demand of an FHWA representative, either as part of...
  • In response to the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) of 1991, this final rule amends Standard No. 105, Hydraulic Brake Systems, and Standard No. 121, Air Brake Systems, to require medium and heavy vehicles to be equipped with an...
  • This document requests comments on the intent of the FHWA to initiate a rulemaking concerning requirements for antilock brake systems (ABS) on commercial motor vehicles engaged in interstate commerce. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration...
  • The FHWA is granting a petition from the Commonwealth of Kentucky, lead State for the ADVANTAGE I-75 Program, and Heavy Vehicle Electronic License Plate, Inc., (HELP) requesting a waiver from the requirements of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety...
  • On February 15, 1994, the Federal Highway Administration published final alcohol testing rules. Larger employers were scheduled to begin testing under these rules on January 1, 1995. In response to a number of petitions from the motor carrier industry,...
  • The Federal Highway Administration announces the removal of the compliance date from regulations governing drug testing of foreign- based employees of foreign-domiciled motor carriers. On February 15, 1994, the FHWA published a notice of proposed...
  • The FHWA is withdrawing its advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) addressing the commercial motor vehicle weight threshold for the applicability of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs). The comments received in response to the...
  • The FHWA is proposing to remove obsolete and redundant regulations and appendices from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs). In addition, the FHWA is proposing minor technical changes in an effort to keep the FMCSRs current. The...
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