The federal government tracks the safety records and publishes the safety scores of ALL motor carriers, of ALL sizes, across ALL industry segments.  They are called CSA scores.  This graph depicts our on-road score over a rolling twenty-four month period.

Our score is 0.44, which means 0% of motor carriers have a better score than we do.  WOW!
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That is recognition we are excited to achieve. Because, when it comes to safety, we talk the talk and walk the walk.

While this feat is amazing in and of itself, it is even more jaw-dropping when you consider our drivers transit through Bay Area traffic every day, and Bay Area traffic is the second worst traffic in the nation, second only to the greater Los Angeles area.

What does second worst get you?  103 hours per person lost in commuting each year, at a cost of $2.4B, while wasting 3.3B gallons of fuel.

That is recognition we are not excited to achieve.

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The Port of Oakland is bringing back free harbor tours for the summer and fall. The tours will run May through October. Click here for the full schedule, ticketing and more information. It is a great opportunity to see the supply chain in action...and it is free.


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