Trucking Industry

  • Commercial Vehicle Size and Weight Standards
    Covers the federal standards center on a commercial vehicle’s weight, length, and width.
  • EPA Transportation and Air Quality Industry Partner Programs
    Offers voluntary industry compliance programs aimed at reducing pollution and improving air quality.
  • Motor Carrier FAQs
    Lists frequently asked questions about the regulatory requirements of commercial operations of large trucks and buses.
  • Motor Carrier Forms
    Provides the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) portal for all compliance forms.
  • Motor Carrier Registration and Licensing
    Provides the FMCSA’s registration and licensing portal.
  • Motor Carrier Rules and Regulations
    Outlines rules and regulations enforced by the FMCSA.
  • Motor Carrier Safety and Security Guide
    Gives the FMCSA’s guide to providing safety and security initiatives aimed at reducing crashes, injuries and fatalities involving large trucks and buses. Commercial operators must comply with these safety regulations.
  • Oversize and Overweight Load Permit Information
    Details federally mandated maximum weights for the National System of Interstate and Defense Highways.
  • Smartway Transport Partnership
    Explains how the EPA partners with several lenders to make loans available to small trucking companies to help pay for technologies that will save fuel and money while reducing pollution.
  • Surface Transportation Board Guide to Environmental Rules
    Assists in understanding and applying the Board’s environmental rules. It highlights the various environmental and historic reporting requirements, notice requirements, those actions exempt from environmental and historic review, and the types of environmental documents generally prepared for actions before the Board
  • Vehicle Size and Weight Standards
    Covers requirements to preserve our Nation’s infrastructure and to keep trucks and buses moving efficiently. States must ensure that commercial motor vehicles comply with federal size and weight standards. FHWA is responsible for certifying state compliance with federal standards. This site provides a ready source of information on federal standards and guidelines, state enforcement activities, reporting requirements, and contacts.

Hazardous Materials Transportation

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