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CTP APPLAUDS PRESIDENT OBAMA FOR EXEMPTING MAINE & VERMONT FROM FEDERAL TRUCK WEIGHT LIMIT

http://transportationproductivity.org/ctp-applauds-president-obama-for-exempting-maine-and-vermont-from-federal-truck-weight-limit

December 17th, 2009 - “The Maine and Vermont pilot projects will safely harmonize state and federal weight limits to make highways safer, more productive and more environmentally responsible." Read...

COALITION FOR TRANSPORTATION PRODUCTIVITY STATEMENT ON CONFERENCE COMMITTEE DECISION TO EXEMPT MAINE & VERMONT FROM FEDERAL TRUCK WEIGHT LIMIT

http://transportationproductivity.org/coalition-for-transportation-productivity-statement-on-conference-committee-decision-to-exempt-maine-and-vermont-from-federal-truck-weight-limit

December 9th, 2009 - The conference committee’s approval of both Sen. Collins’ and Sen. Leahy’s truck weight pilot projects is a significant step toward improving highway safety and transportation...

COALITION FOR TRANSPORTATION PRODUCTIVITY URGES CONGRESS TO SUPPORT THE SAFE & EFFICIENT TRANSPORTATION ACT (H.R. 1799) AND OPPOSE THE SAFE HIGHWAYS & INFRUSTRUCTURE PRESERVATION ACT

http://transportationproductivity.org/coalition-for-transportation-productivity-urges-congress-to-support-the-safe-and-efficient-transportation-act-h-r-1799-and-oppose-the-safe-highways-and-infrustructure-preservation-act

September 29th, 2009 - ...Representatives to encourage their support for the Safe and Efficient Transportation Act of 2009 (H.R. 1799), which would raise the interstate vehicle weight limit for...

COALITION FOR TRANSPORTATION PRODUCTIVITY APPLAUDS SENATE FOR PASSING PROGRAM TO ALLOW HEAVIER TRUCKS ON INTERSTATES IN MAINE

http://transportationproductivity.org/coalition-for-transportation-productivity-applauds-senate-for-passing-program-to-allow-heavier-trucks-on-interstates-in-maine

September 18th, 2009 - CTP today applauded the U.S. Senate for passing legislation enabling Maine to conduct a one-year pilot program allowing 100,000-pound, six-axle trucks on interstates within the...

COALITION FOR TRANSPORTATION PRODUCTIVITY SENDS LETTER SUPPORTING PROVISION TO SAFELY RAISE INTERSTATE WEIGHT LIMIT IN MAINE

http://transportationproductivity.org/coalition-for-transportation-productivity-sends-letter-supporting-provision-to-safely-raise-interstate-weight-limit-in-maine

September 11th, 2009 - CTP today sent a letter to Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) applauding her provision in the FY 2010 Transportation-HUD Appropriations Bill that would enable Maine to...

COMPANY OPERATING HEAVIER, SIX-AXLE TRUCKS NAMED WASHINGTON STATE’S GRAND CHAMPION FOR SAFETY

http://transportationproductivity.org/company-operating-heavier-six-axle-trucks-named-washington-state-s-grand-champion-for-safety

July 30th, 2009 - CTP today announced that Gordon Trucking was recognized by The Washington State Patrol, WTA and Great West Casualty Truck Insurance as The Grand Champion for...

NATIONAL POLL SHOWS MOST AMERICANS SUPPORT INCREASING THE INTERSTATE TRUCK WEIGHT LIMIT AS OUTLINED IN THE SAFE AND EFFICIENT TRANSPORTATION ACT

http://transportationproductivity.org/national-poll-shows-most-americans-support-increasing-the-interstate-truck-weight-limit-as-outlined-in-the-safe-and-efficient-transportation-act

July 15th, 2009 - CTP today announced the results of a national poll demonstrating that a majority of Americans support raising interstate truck weight limits without making trucks larger. Read...

COALITION FOR TRANSPORTATION PRODUCTIVITY SENDS LETTER TO CONGRESS URGING MEMBERS TO SUPPORT THE SAFE AND EFFICIENT TRANSPORTATION ACT

http://transportationproductivity.org/coalition-for-transportation-productivity-sends-letter-to-congress-urging-members-to-support-the-safe-and-efficient-transportation-act-1

June 15th, 2009 - ...The letter urged members to support the Safe and Efficient Transportation Act of 2009 (H.R. 1799), which would increase the interstate weight limit to allow...

Letter to Congress: Make Roads Safer, Protect the Environment and Strengthen the Economy by Reforming Vehicle Weight Limits

http://transportationproductivity.org/letter-to-congress-make-roads-safer-protect-the-environment-and-strengthen-the-economy-by-reforming-vehicle-weight-limits

June 11th, 2009 - CTP today sent a letter to members of Congress, urging them to support H.R. 1799, the Safe and Efficient Transportation Act of 2009. Read the full letter...

NEW SHIPPING ADVOCACY GROUP, “COALITION FOR TRANSPORTATION PRODUCTIVITY,” LAUNCHES TODAY TO INCREASE WEIGHT LIMITS FOR U.S. TRUCKS

http://transportationproductivity.org/new-shipping-advocacy-group-coalition-for-transportation-productivity-launches-today-to-increase-weight-limits-for-u-s-trucks

June 8th, 2009 - More than 100 associations and companies—including Kraft Foods, MillerCoors and International Paper—today officially launched the Coalition for Transportation Productivity (CTP), urging Congress to responsibly raise...

STATEMENT BY COALITION FOR TRANSPORTATION PRODUCTIVITY IN RESPONSE TO TRUCK SAFETY COALITION CAMPAIGN TO REJECT WEIGHT INCREASES FOR TRUCKS TRAVELING ON U.S. HIGHWAYS

http://transportationproductivity.org/statement-by-coalition-for-transportation-productivity-in-response-to-truck-safety-coalition-campaign-to-reject-weight-increases-for-trucks-traveling-on-u-s-highways-1

May 5th, 2009 - “There is substantial evidence that improving trucking industry productivity through carefully constructed higher vehicle weight limits on federal highways will save lives by making highways...

STATEMENT BY COALITION FOR TRANSPORTATION PRODUCTIVITY IN RESPONSE TO TRUCK SAFETY COALITION CAMPAIGN TO REJECT WEIGHT INCREASES FOR TRUCKS TRAVELING ON U.S. HIGHWAYS

http://transportationproductivity.org/statement-by-coalition-for-transportation-productivity-in-response-to-truck-safety-coalition-campaign-to-reject-weight-increases-for-trucks-traveling-on-u-s-highways

May 4th, 2009 - “There is substantial evidence that improving trucking industry productivity through carefully constructed higher vehicle weight limits on federal highways will save lives by making highways...