OTA Dispatch Issue 3 2019

OREGON TRUCK ISSUE 3 | 2019 ADVOCATING, EDUCATING, AND PROMOTING THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY 1938 1939 1951 1942 1980 1995 2017– 2019 1992 Weight/mile tax is imposed on commercial vehicles in Oregon 1933 Hours of service (HOS) rules are adopted by the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) Oregon Motor Transport Association (OMTA) is established, limited to for-hire companies Oregon Constitution is amended to create the Highway Trust Fund and dedicated road user fees for Highway Department, State Police and State Parks activities only OMTA becomes the Oregon Trucking Associations (OTA) The trucking industry becomes deregulated per the Motor Carrier Regulatory Reform and Modernization Act Commercial Drivers Licenses (CDLs) become required nationally Drug & alcohol testing requirement for CDL holders begins A Brief Timeline of Trucking Industry Events Electronic logging devices (ELDs) become mandatory