About Mo Trucking Association.
The Missouri Trucking Association was incorporated in 1937. Today it represents the interests of hundreds of member companies that operate trucks, including both for-hire and private carriers, as well as allied members that provide products and services to the motor carriers industry.
MODOT 'back on track' despite COVID-19, but a long road lies ahead As the COVID-19 pandemic shut down businesses and limited demand for travel during the spring and summer, the Missouri Department of Transportation faced a potentially dire loss of revenue. Funds from...
12.2.20 FMCSA announced that they have expanded and extended the Emergency Declaration that was set to expire on December 31st
FMCSA announced that they have expanded and extended the Emergency Declaration that was set to expire on December 31st. This extension includes the same regulatory relief for motor carriers and drivers providing direct assistance in support of relief efforts related...
EXECUTIVE ORDER 20-19 WHEREAS, COVID-19 is a novel acute respiratory illness that is spread through close contact between persons and respiratory transmissions and is highly contagious; and WHEREAS, I have been advised by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior...
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- Trucks transported 81% of total manufactured tonnage in the state in 2017 81% 81%
- 73% of Missouri communities depend exclusively on trucks to move their goods. 73% 73%
- The trucking industry is 100% committed to sharing the safety with all vehicles. 100% 100%