Austin Convention Center
Austin, TX• October 27-31
Allied Committee for
the Trucking Industry
(ACT 1) 2018 Members
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Bendix Commercial Vehicle
BMO Transportation Finance
Detroit Diesel Corporation
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber
Great West Casualty Company
Kenworth Truck Company
Love’s Travel Stops
Michelin North America
Peterbilt Motors Company
Randall Reilly Trucking
U.S. Legal Services
Vigillo, a SambaSafety Company
Check the MCE website for the latest schedule of committee meetings.
Chairman’s Membership – Addresses issues related to
membership recruitment, retention and dues.
Communications and Image – Works with ATA staff to improve the
image of the trucking industry and enhance ATA’s communications with its
members, media, public officials and the general public.
Environmental and Energy – Directs ATA’s activities on
environmental and energy matters.
Hazardous Materials – Helps ATA develop policy governing the
transportation of hazardous materials.
Highway – Considers and recommends policies and actions on all
issues relating to highways and bridges, and issues that impact the efficient
movement of commercial truck traffic on the nation’s highways.
Independent Contractor – Recommends the development, advocacy,
and implementation of strategies and solutions to protect the independent
contractor truck driver workforce model. The committee makes policy
recommendations as well as manages the issues that develop nationally and
helps to formulate a cohesive national independent contractor protection
Insurance Task Force – Addresses issues in the area of insurance
coverage for motor carriers and of tort reform.
Labor and Regulatory – Addresses legal, legislative and regulatory
issues related to labor and the financial operations of trucking companies.
Safety – Responsible for developing ATA policy on driver, carriers and
occupational safety and health issues.
Small Carrier – Addresses the issues unique to small carriers and those
specific to the industry, and provides recommendations to policy committees and
ATA. Must be a motor carrier with less than $25.5 million in revenue to qualify.
Supply Chain Security – Acts as ATA’s clearing house for all strategy
related to Department of Homeland Security and related agencies. It directs
ATA advocacy efforts regarding all issues pertaining to transportation security
and international trade via commercial motor vehicle.
Tax – Develops ATA policy relating to federal and state taxes affecting the
Technology and Engineering – Develops and recommends ATA
policy on issues related to vehicle engineering and design, intelligent
transportation systems, information technology and related topics.
• Automated Truck Subcommittee – Develops and recommends
ATA policy positions related to the regulation of automated truck and
platooning technologies at the state and federal government levels.
Reports to the Technology and Engineering Policy Committee.
Workforce Development – Develops and recommends ATA policy on
issues related to workforce development.