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Decision on Hours-of-Service Regulations Could Come by Summer

January 29, 2002

Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta told a Senate committee last week that a decision to revamp hours-of-service regulations for commercial truck drivers could be made in “four or five months.” Mineta told the Environment and Public Works Committee on Jan. 24 that Joseph Clapp, chief of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, has not yet made a decision on the controversial reform measure.
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