WINNIPEG — Manitoba is introducing an enhanced identification card (EIC) as a less expensive alternative to a passport that will permit entry to the U.S. by land or water.
WRONG LAKE, Man. — As the winter road season in Manitoba was cut short, so was the trek home for a number of truckers.
WINNIPEG – It’s still okay to drive your trucks along Provencher Blvd. in Manitoba’s capital city but don’t include the four-way main thoroughfare in any long-term planning.
WINNIPEG — Clayton Gording of YRC Reimer was recently selected as the recipient of the 2009 RBC Royal Bank / MTA Service to Industry award for dedicating his working career to the trucking industry.
Manitoba Trucking Association welcomes the provincial government’s announcement of upgrades to Highway 75.
WINNIPEG — The speed limit on certain sections of twinned roadway in Manitoba will increase to 110 km/h on July 1, but so will fines for motorists caught speeding.
WINNIPEG — Heavy truck loads will be allowed this spring in more areas of Manitoba as a result of upgrades to major highways and bridges.
WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s 2,200-kilometre winter road system to northern and remote communities is now open to vehicles including commercial trucks.
WINNIPEG, MB – The 200 meter sinkhole that prevents trucks from getting around Highway 83 is only one infrastructure problem out of many, the MTA says.
WINNIPEG — Manitoba has revealed an Economic and Environmentally Efficient incentive program to the province’s trucking industry; that hopes to make adopting proven green technologies to fleets, more feasible.
WINNIPEG — The spring can be a difficult time for truckers in Manitoba.
REGINA — Truckers traveling Saskatchewan highways re being advised to keep an eye on the province’s spring road bans, which are now in effect.
WINNIPEG – The Province of Manitoba is looking at a five percent increase in biodiesel mandate, but the MTA is worried that it will gum up engines.
WINNIPEG — In just a few weeks Manitoba will become the first province in Canada to mandate biodiesel. And, not surprisingly, the region’s truckers are none too happy.
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba Trucking Association recently teamed up with the Motor Carrier Division of Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation to help promote safety for the province’s truckers.