Nearly 300 drivers, 128 companies face action after FMCSA sweep

Published June, 25 2012
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration on Monday, June 25, announced that 287 commercial bus and truck drivers were removed from the roads and 128 companies face enforcement actions as a result of the agency’s annual drug and alcohol strike force sweep that occurred from April 30 through May 11. " Our message is clear – we will not allow commercial bus and truck drivers operating under the influence of drugs and alcohol to stay on the road,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood. “All drivers and their passengers deserve to be confident that bus and truck drivers are safe and sober.” FMCSA said that during the ...
Read the rest of this story...

Sponsors