FMCSA kills carrier stats program

April 12, 2005
FMCSA kills carrier stats program

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has announced it has terminated the collection and dissemination of motor carrier financial and operating statistics.

The program was designed to collect annual and quarterly data from motor carriers including balance sheet and income statement data along with information on tonnage, mileage, employees, transportation equipment and other related items.

The publicly available information was intended to be used by the U.S. DOT, other government agencies, trucking associations, insurance companies, consultants, law firms, academia, trade publications, and others. However, penalties for not submitting the data had not been enforced.

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