Department of Transportation
Transportation Jobs: New Entrant Safety Assurance Program
If you want to become a professional driver or start a trucking company, you’ll need the New Entrant Safety Assurance Program...
How to Get a Commercial Driver's License
Getting a CDL involves several steps. There are medical and residency requirements besides knowledge and skills requirements.
Overview of Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver Jobs
To become a commercial motor vehicle driver, you must obtain a Commercial Driver's License (CDL).
FMCSA Declares South Dakota Trucking Company to be Imminent Hazards
If you're looking for jobs in the trucking industry, you may want to avoid this company.
FMCSA Shuts Down Trucking Company as Imminent Hazard to Public
"We will not allow truck and bus companies that disregard vital safety regulations to continue endangering the motoring publi...
DOT Expands Program to Help Veterans Get Jobs
The Department of Transportation's waiver program that helps veterans and service members become commercial drivers has expa...
FMCSA Shuts Down Minnesota-based Bus Company
If you're looking for jobs in the transportation industry, make sure you take a close look at a prospective employer's operat...
Transportation Secretary Calls for Investment
Projects like the Atlanta BeltLine not only create jobs when they're built, but help connect thousands to better opportunitie...
Overview of Commercial Driver Requirements
Drivers have been required to have a commercial driver's license in order to drive certain commercial motor vehicles since 19...
Dept. of Transportation: Drug and Alcohol Testing
The FMCSA and DOT require that persons using commercial driver's licenses follow alcohol and drug testing requirements.
Trucking Jobs: Drugs and Alcohol FAQ
The following are some of the questions the Office for Drug and Alcohol Policy and Compliance (ODAPC) has received.
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Marine Corps News
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The proposal comes amid statewide concern over rising sea levels and eroding beaches.
Marine Veteran Imprisoned in Iran Sues US for Withholding Victim Funds
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Coast Guard News
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