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    Trucking | Federal agencies | Review committees | Hours of service

    Federal transportation advisory groups to meet in September

    August 28, 2013

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    Washington – A federal transportation safety advisory committee and a medical review board are scheduled to host a joint public meeting Sept. 9-10 in Alexandria, VA, to discuss several ongoing transportation safety topics.

    The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee and Medical Review Board will review the current hours-of-service requirements for passenger-carrying drivers, who currently are limited to 10 hours of daily driving compared with 11 hours for property-carrying drivers, among other differences.

    On Sept. 11, the advisory committee’s Compliance, Safety and Accountability Subcommittee and the Medical Review Board are scheduled to meet separately.

    Among the topics to be discussed:

    Comments must be submitted by Aug. 30.