Topics: Highway & Transportation

Pennsylvania Court Blocks Bridge Tolls

Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court permanently blocked Gov. Tom Wolf’s plan to toll nine major state bridges, marking a victory for NATSO and the grassroots coalition that has been fighting tolling efforts within the state. More

U.S. DOT Announces New Round of Alternative Fuel Corridors


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

Pennsylvania Judge Temporarily Halts Bridge Tolls

A Pennsylvania judge on May 18 issued a temporary injunction, halting the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s plans to toll nine Interstate bridges.  More

Anti-Tolling Coalition Files Comments in Pennsylvania Bridge Environmental Assessment


Lawmakers Introduce Right to Repair Legislation

Lawmakers Introduce Right to Repair Legislation

Lawmakers in both the House and Senate have recently introduced legislation that seeks to level the playing field for independent repair providers, including for motor vehicle repair shops.  More

Picking the Right Pavement

Picking the Right Pavement

Pavement is a significant expense, and there are a lot of factors operators need to consider when determining which products to use. More

Rep. Thompson Meets with Federal Highway Administration in Opposition to Bridge Tolling

U.S. Representative Glenn “GT” Thompson on Dec. 15 hosted a meeting with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to voice his concerns over the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s (PennDOT) plan to toll nine major bridges throughout Pennsylvania. Rep. Thompson said it was revealed during the meeting that PennDOT has been in consultation with FHWA for more than a year and recently filed paperwork expressing its interest in receiving more than $5 billion in financing for the projects. More

NATSO, SIGMA Praise FHWA for Definitive Guidance on Use of Right-of-Way

NATSO, representing truckstops and travel plazas, along with SIGMA: America’s Leading Fuel Marketers, praised the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) for issuing definitive guidance clarifying that State Departments of Transportation may not implement or permit others to implement commercial services, including EV charging stations, within the Interstate right-of-way. This clarification represents a small but important step toward enhancing the business case for off-highway investments in EV charging stations.  More

Anti-Tolling Coalition Opposes Tolls for PennDot's I-83 South Bridge Project


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