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Lawmakers Urge Funding for Truck Parking

The Chairman and the Ranking Member of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee urged Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg to award infrastructure funding to projects that expand parking for commercial vehicles. More

FHWA Issues Proposed Rulemaking on Electric Vehicle Charging Standards

The Federal Highway Administration on June 9, 2022, issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to set proposed minimum standards and requirements for projects funded under the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program. More

Labor Department Launches Rulemaking on Independent Contractors

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EPA Issues 2022, 2021 and 2020 Renewable Volume Obligations

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today issued its final renewable volume obligations (RVOs) for 2022, 2021 and 2020 under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). The agency separately denied 69 petitions for small refinery exemptions (SREs) from 33 small refineries. More

FMCSA Extends Hours-of-Service Waiver for Gasoline, Diesel Haulers

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) extended its waiver for Hours-of-Service (HOS) restrictions for haulers of gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, ethyl alcohol, and heating fuel including propane, natural gas, and heating oil until August 31, 2022. The May 27 announcement also explicitly added diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) to the list of covered fuels. More

Funding, Grants Help Improve ROI on Electric Vehicle Charging Stations for Travel Centers

Funding, Grants Help Improve ROI on Electric Vehicle Charging Stations for Travel Centers

Investing in electric vehicle charging equipment can be capital intensive, but funding opportunities, such as rebates and grants, make equipment and installation more affordable and help truckstop and travel plaza operators enter the EV charging space. “Right now, the clean transportation funding opportunities are about $3 billion per year,” said Joe Annotti, senior vice president and partner for GNA. More

3B’s Truck & Auto Plaza Embraces Technology and New Food Options During Remodel [Podcast]

3B’s Truck & Auto Plaza Embraces Technology and New Food Options During Remodel [Podcast]

When remodeling the 3B’s Truck & Auto Plaza location in Lodi, California, owner Ben Khatirine focused on technology, labor and food decisions that would improve customers’ experiences and take the location into the future. More

Fuel Retailers Oppose S. 4217

NATSO urged the Senate Commerce Committee in a May 25 letter to oppose new gas price gouging legislation unless it is substantially changed to ensure it will help, not hurt, efforts to address rising fuel prices. NATSO opposes gouging and market manipulation, which harms the American public and the retail fueling industry as a whole. But such unlawful activities are exceedingly rare and neither gouging nor market manipulation is a characteristic or driving force of the retail market prices. More

Coalition Launches to Expand Private Investment in America’s EV Charging Network

More than 100 businesses, organizations and individuals this morning formally announced the formation of Charge Ahead Partnership, a national coalition dedicated to advancing common sense, market-based policies that will accelerate the development of the nation’s electric vehicle charging network. NATSO is a member of the Charge Ahead Partnership. More

Blending Renewable Fuels with NATSO's Alternative Fuels Council [Podcast]

Blending Renewable Fuels with NATSO's Alternative Fuels Council [Podcast]

Listen to learn about blending renewable fuels, some of the incentives involved and the services and tools that the Alternative Fuels Council offers. More

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