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Jun 25, 2021

LLN (6/24/21) – The U.S. DOT and the Federal Highway Administration are looking into how the crack that closed the Interstate 40 bridge in Memphis went undetected so long, while the FMCSA nominee visits the Port of New York and New Jersey. A new Texas law will protect carriers from “frivolous” lawsuits, while Pennsylvania considers higher truck weights to accommodate electric rigs. Also, truck show season is actually happening, so we’ll tell you what’s coming. And federal officials may finally have a breakthrough in negotiations over a possible infrastructure bill – and meetings continue at this very moment.

0:00 – Newscast.

10:15 – I-40 bridge investigation; FMCSA acting chief visits port.

25:07 Texas steps up on frivolous’ lawsuits.

39:57 – Infrastructure bill breakthrough.