President Donald Trump announced this week that Raymond P. Martinez, chief administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, is his choice to lead the FMCSA.
UMA's regulatory agenda took another step forward with the announcement that enforcement date of the Lease and Interchange Rule for Passenger Carriers has been pushed back to January 1, 2019.
UMA calls the action a victory in the fight against regulatory overreach and expressed gratitude to DOT Secretary Elaine Chao for her role in the commonsense outcome.
UMA's next chief executive officer is Stacy Tetschner, CAE, an experienced association executive, who has run the National Speakers Association for 18 years. His first day will be
A pro-growth legislative plan to enhance safety and rein in regulatory overreach was introduced as H.R. 2120 by Rep. Scott Perry. More than 70 UMA members in DC held 300 meetings to rally support.