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After a judge tossed 84-year-old bridge owner Matty Moroun into a Detroit jail cell, the Detroit International Bridge Company has said they will comply with the court's orders. Politics aside, hopefully this is the first step in getting trucks moving at Canada's busiest border crossing.


Plus, in our Friday Focus, we take a look at driver wages and how they affect driver retention.


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Shell Brings Reward Miles Program to Canada

BURLINGTON, ON – Shell Rotella's My Miles Matter program kicks off in September.

Con-way Guarantees Pay for Team Drivers, Helps Drivers Purchase Trucks

ANN ARBOR, MI — Con-Way hopes new programs address employee needs.

Friday Focus: Driver Wages and The Driver Shortage

In this Friday's editorial focus, we talk driver wages and driver shortage, and the importance of balance.

DIBC Moves on Bridge Project, Forms Oversight Committee

DETROIT — Construction has begun at the Ambassador Bridge, says DIBC.

FMCSA Delivers 11 Sleep Apnea Recommendations

WASHINGTON — All drivers with a body mass index measurement of 35 or higher should be tested for sleep apnea, says FMCSA.


In This Issue

A look at Ontario's mandatory out-of-service quotas (Yup. They exist.), by Rolf Lockwood. Plus, a special focus on drivers, from retention to training — including the best fleets to drive for. And Jim Park explains how to choose the engine displacement that's best for you. That and much more in the April issue of Today's Trucking.


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