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"rhode island trucking association" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"rhode island trucking association" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"So you so the last thing he wants to see if this bike but right out says it's not so much a spike as it is a restructuring we're collecting the amount that we would have collected it both entries but we only have to pay for one that's a DOT director Peter LVD speaking with NBC tends Jean bell Asante I particular locations where increasing the total amount but we only did that because we eliminated and a location where we would have been collecting that toll anyone LVD explains one raise already went into effect at the tolling location on the six ten connector last fall we're only one gantry went up despite plans for two he says in the end it all equals out still capped at twenty dollars per day to drive the length of ninety five and forty dollars for trucks going back and forth regardless of how many times it will be used for the same purpose is to reconstruct bridges the Rhode island's trucking associations president Christopher Maxwell declined to speak but still calls this change up part of a quote scheme he says to take money from businesses consumers and taxpayers saying the Oxford Street bridge is specifically quote didn't need to be prioritized as part of the plan but was chosen for revenue generating purposes and quote this is the news radio nine twenty one oh four seven daily rewind with Ron Saint Pierre a senior care services eleven here's what's happening build a mandate towing cars illegally parked in handicapped spaces in Rhode Island head of the house the Senate passed the bill which calls for vehicles to be told at the owner's expense plus stiff fines what a weathered vise refer northwestern road runner from eleven o'clock tonight till nine AM tomorrow snow and sleet will likely over spread.

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"rhode island trucking association" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"rhode island trucking association" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Showed up Ben Gardner also participated in the reefs across America event locally there in Findlay now you had the Rhode Island trucking association hosting their first torch run truck convoy for Special Olympics truck convoy of fund raising event in partnership with law enforcement truckers increasing support for the Special Olympics you had over fifty trucks in thirty companies participated in that event to benefit the Rhode Island Special Olympics this year course reached across America which has been around for a number of years it continues to expand and grow and a number of companies and drivers volunteered in some cases their equipment the other time thousands of volunteer show up all around the country at cemeteries are you had the the sheriff's department sheriff departments brown Santa S. H. one thirty concession company they operate maintain of the sections of S. H. one thirty in central Texas partnered with the the sheriff's department collecting presidents are present rather for children in need throughout central Texas of the Saint Christopher truckers relief fund helped professional truck drivers of families who were taken off the road after an illness or injury they can help whether it be rent utilities vehicle payments insurance payments since their inception back in two thousand eight the Saint Christopher truckers relief fund has helped over three thousand drivers with more than three million dollars today so just a handful of those again you have done the toys for tots programs the touch a truck at a New York and so many others so I guess just a big word of thank you tip of the hat for all those who participated volunteered to help others this Christmas season hello power Jack what's going on why are you doing fine how was your Christmas which.

"rhode island trucking association" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island trucking association" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Appealing. A federal judges decision to throw out its lawsuit against Rhode Island's truck. Toll program the American trucking association and its fellow plaintiffs Cumberland farms, Eminem transport services and New England motor freight. They filed a notice of appeal on Thursday to have the case heard by the first US circuit court of appeals. Now, the move comes barely a week after the US district chief judge William Smith tossed the suit saying the challenge should be brought in the state court system rather than the federal judiciary Rhode Island trucking association. President CEO Chris Maxwell. Declined to elaborate on the filing telling I witnessed new still in the end it was headed to federal the federal appellate court anyway. That's what he told channel twelve in an Email. They're Rhode Island department of transportation officials, by the way have said that the first two gantries that have been put up there beating their expectations of revenue so far though the delayed rollout of the full fleet of fourteen. Planned, gantries means less revenue has been coming in than they initially expected. So what's going on with the additional gantries says here an additional ten gantries are supposed to start coming online starting as soon as the month of may the latest phone scam is a rather frightening one it's called virtual kidnapping Susan Campbell from my witness news. The phone rang showed up as a call from her daughter. I heard a muffled mom and then like silent crying kept saying to her. What's wrong? What's wrong in an instant confusion turned into terror, and all of a sudden, I heard a man's voice? He said you need to listen to me, very carefully until exactly what I say the color barked a series of instructions go honk your horn. So I know you're listening go to the Bank and withdraw money. Don't hang up. He said you get off this phone. I'm gonna blow her brains out. Gail was hysterical. Her cell phone was the only way she could reach people who could help or scrape together the money, the caller demanded sushi hung up I try climbing back three or four times. And at this point. I thought I put a bullet in my kids had Gail race to the police department on her way, she tried calling your daughter's phone one more time and this time she picked up and she said, hi. And I. I kind of went into I didn't know if I was crying because I was happier zip. But I'm like where are you? I was so confused at this point because I didn't know what was real. And what was it AOL slowly realised the kidnapping story was all in elaborate scam. Her daughter was safe and sound and her phone was secure a scammer at simply spoof, the number to try and trick Gail into handing over ransom for a fake kidnapping the phone, call the police island attorney general Peter Neronha says these scams are full of red flags you could ask them. Can you describe describe my son or grandson, they can't do that? They want the money wired. They tell you not to go to the police yet. I mean, those are sort of telltale signs of these of these things the signs are there. The scammers are hard to trace many times aren't even in the United States along forcement ability to identify these people to bring him to Justice is limited. So the the real mission is to make people aware of it. That's exactly why gale. Decided to share her story. It is the most terrifying thing to go through as a parent can help anybody spare this emotion than I did my job the FBI says virtual kidnappers typically demand between thousand and two thousand dollars again, if you receive one of these calls hang up and contact police Susan Campbell from my witness news. That's frightening. Seven fifty NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven FM back to the highways we go we do this every ten minutes.

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