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Wallace Walrod, Chief Economic Advisor for the Orange County Business Council, "A Comprehensive Analysis of Current Research and Outlook for the Future," reviews and analyzes 13 different reports commissioned by the Consumer Energy Alliance, Western States Petroleum Association, California Manufactures and Technology Association, California Trucking Association, California Energy Commission, and the California Air Resources Board, among others.
Campbell has been named interim CEO of the California Trucking Association .
But Stephanie Williams, senior vice president for the California Trucking Association, said truckers are required by federal law to stop and rest after 10 hours on the road, regardless of what city they are in.
5 Million Miles Without a Reportable Incident HOUSTON -- CEMEX USA is pleased to announce that its California-based truck fleet was recently awarded the 2011 Fleet Safety Award from the California Trucking Association (CTA).
IWLA's unanswered concerns have now been confirmed by an independent economic study: The Impact of the Low Carbon Fuel Standard and Cap and Trade Programs on California Retail Diesel Prices by Stonebridge Associates for the California Trucking Association answers many of the questions CARB continues to evade.
State air regulators adopted strong diesel fuel and truck engine rules in the 1990s, but only 2 percent of the trucks on California roads are registered here and abide by those rules, according to the California Trucking Association.
The Insurance Information Network of California , the California Highway Patrol and the California Trucking Association have joined forces to focus attention on truck and passenger vehicle driver safety this Labor Day weekend.
The Truck Driving Championships represent the culmination of the industry's passion and dedication to safety," said California Trucking Association Executive Vice President and CEO Michael Campbell.