Mike Riley, president of the Motor Transport Association of Connecticut spoke at the Torrington Club on Wednesday, April 22 and discussed Gov. Dannel Malloy’s 30-year proposal to improve Connecticut’s transportation infrastructure. You can learn more about the event at the Republican American website.
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Motor Transport Association of Connecticut is proud to be affiliated with Truckers Against Trafficking. TAT is a 501(c)3 that exists to educate, equip, empower and mobilize members of the trucking and travel plaza industry to combat domestic sex trafficking. As the eyes and ears of our nation’s highways, the trucking industry has the ability to help combat […]
The Connecticut Truck Driving Championship organized by MTAC is coming to NETTTS on June 13. This family-friendly event features the competition, a vintage truck display, awards program and barbecue from Outback Steakhouse.
In February, MTAC sent an email to members referencing an article in the Connecticut Mirror written by Jan Ellen Spiegel concerning the use of sodium chloride, magnesium chloride and calcium chloride during the winter months and the effect the treatments have on truck parts here in southern New England. More from NBC Connecticut. Lawmakers in Connecticut are […]
At issue are the liquid de-icers that have become a common treatment in the DOT’s battle with ice and snow. Magnesium chloride and calcium chloride are sprayed on pavement in advance of a coming storm, and these chemicals can prevent ice from forming on the roadways, making the roads safer for travel and snow removal […]
NBC’s Connecticut Troubleshooters spent some time completing an unscientific study monitoring the cell phone habits of commercial drivers. Michael Riley, president of MTAC, was interviewed for the online article by Jeff Stoecker. “What we don’t want is that truck driver holding that phone up to his ear,” said Michael J. Riley, president of the Motor […]