AASHTO (American Assn. of State Highway Transportation Officials)
ADS (Assn. of Diesel Specialists): The Association of Diesel Specialists is the worldwide diesel industry's
leading trade association, dedicated to the highest level of service on
diesel fuel injection and related systems. A.D.S. has over 700 corporate
and individual members in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and more than 56 other
Association: Online resource for
information and links about the trucking industry for the state of
Alberta Motor Transport
Association: Serves the trucking industry
of Alberta and western Canada. Includes schedule of events and meetings.
America's Independent Truckers'
Association Inc.: Serves the
independent truckers and small fleets by providing volume buying power to
members with nationally known vendors.
American Trucking Association: The mission of American Trucking Associations, Inc.
is to serve and represent the interests of the trucking industry with one
united voice; to positively influence Federal and State governmental
actions; to advance the trucking industry's image, efficiency,
competitiveness, and profitability; to provide educational programs and
industry research; to promote highway and driver safety; and to strive for
a healthy business environment.
ATHS (American Truck Historical Society): ATHS members are part of the largest group of antique truck
enthusiasts in the world. Whether you collect and restore antique
trucks, accumulate trucking memorabilia or models, or just enjoy old
trucks, ATHS membership gives you access to historical information
about the trucking industry and puts you in touch with others who
share your enthusiasm for vintage trucks.
CTA (California Trucking Assn.): The California Trucking Association promotes leadership in the
California motor carrier industry, advocates sound transportation
policies to all levels of government, and works to maintain a safe and
efficient California transportation goods movement system.
CTA (Canadian Trucking Alliance): The Canadian Trucking Alliance is a federation of provincial trucking
associations. They represent a broad cross-section of the trucking
industry'some 4,500 carriers, owner-operators and industry suppliers.
With their head office in Ottawa and provincial association offices in
Vancouver, Calgary, Regina, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal and Moncton, CTA
represents the industry's viewpoint on national and international
policy, regulatory and legislative issues that affect trucking.
FCA (Freight Carriers Assn. of Canada): For over 60 years, the Freight Carriers Association
and the North American Transportation Council have been recognized for
their expertise on matters related to Canadian Domestic and US-Canada
for-hire trucking. The Freight Carriers Association of Canada (FCA)
represents motor carriers engaged in for-hire trucking in the Canadian
domestic market. The North American Transportation Council (NATC)
represents Canadian and US based motor carriers engaged in for-hire
trucking in the North American transborder market.
HDDA (Heavy Duty Distribution Assn.): The Heavy Duty Distribution Association (HDDA)
serves aftermarket distributors and manufacturers of parts and services
for commercial vehicles in North America. HDDA and its parent association,
the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA), bring the entire
aftermarket together as equal members to meet the challenges of today's
market and look for tomorrow's opportunities.
IANA (Intermodal Assn.
of North America)
Industrial Truck Association: The Industrial Truck Association represents the
manufacturers of lift trucks and their suppliers who do business in
Canada, the United States or Mexico. In addition to lift trucks, ITA
members manufacture tow tractors, rough terrain vehicles, hand-pallet
trucks and automated guided vehicles. While headquartered in Washington,
DC, ITA has significant contact with sister organizations in Europe and
Asia and has established joint statistical and engineering programs to
assist Members in providing safe products to their customers
ITS America: The Intelligent Transportation Society of America is
a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, established in 1991 to coordinate
the development and deployment of ITS in the United States. ITS America also
has alliances with ITS organizations in other countries, most notably in
Europe and Asia. The Society also provides numerous membership services and
programs to assist its member organizations to achieve their ITS deployment
and business objectives. Originally formed as a utilized Federal advisory
committee, ITS America works closely with the Department of Transportation
on projects and programs in support of the National ITS Program.