DALLAS, September 18, 2018 – Drivewyze® PreClear weigh station bypass has expanded its service into Nebraska, adding three more locations on I-80, and two on Highway 2. These five locations join an existing Drivewyze service site on I-80. All six Nebraska bypass sites are located at busy weigh stations and are integrated with weigh-in-motion sensors embedded in the roadway.Read More
DALLAS, Sept. 5, 2018 – Truck fleets and operators using Drivewyze® PreClear weigh station bypass service will soon be able to receive bypasses at 21 weigh stations in Oregon through the Oregon Green Light (OGL) preclearance program.
The Green Light sites are automated weigh stations on U.S. Interstates 5, 82, and 84; U.S. Highways 30, and 97; and Oregon Highways 58 and 730. Drivewyze is integrating with the Green Light Program through its back office, so that customers can use their Drivewyze-equipped ELD, to access bypass opportunities. Activation of the new sites will take place over the next few months.Read More
DALLAS, August 28, 2018 – Drivewyze PreClear weigh station bypass has expanded its service along I-44 and I-70 through Missouri with the re-activation of six bypass sites. Those join two existing bypass sites the company already has operational near Joplin on I-44 east and westbound.
Activation of the weigh station bypass sites began following the installation and calibration of new weigh-in-motion sensors embedded in the roadway.Read More
SAN DIEGO, Aug. 15, 2018 – Platform Science, a cutting edge fleet management solution provider, has partnered with Drivewyze to connect their revolutionary open platform with the nation's largest weigh station bypass service. Using modern mobile software and hardware technologies, the partners have joined forces to bring one of the most innovative and value-enhancing solutions to fleets and drivers.Read More
ATMORE, Alberta, July 26, 2018 – The Alberta Justice and Solicitor General Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Branch (CVEB) and the Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) held a driver appreciation day on July 18, 2018, at the commercial vehicle inspection station on Alberta Highway 63, about 6 kilometers north of Atmore. The new $11-million station has been in operation for just over 6 months.Read More
The Alberta Partners in Compliance program received a national award from Intelligence Transportation Systems Society of Canada (ITS Canada) for its use of smart transponders to expand weigh station bypass opportunities at 56 weigh station locations in Alberta for the Alberta trucking industry. Alberta PIC received the award at an award ceremony during the ITS Canada annual conference in June.Read More
Drivers running trucks in the state of Idaho can now obtain more bypass opportunities through Drivewyze at five ports of entry at the Idaho/Washington and Idaho/Utah border areas after the state integrated the weigh station bypass service with its existing weigh-in-motion system. Drivewyze PreClear weigh station bypass service is active at an industry-leading count of 720 sites in 43 states and provinces.Read More
Drivers using the Drivewyze weigh station bypass service can once again receive bypasses in Missouri, starting at two weigh stations near Joplin on U.S. Interstate 44. Drivewyze service was re-activated on Thursday, May 3, with more sites to go live soon in the Show Me State. Reactivation followed the installation of a new weigh-in-motion system and the resolution of third party controversies exposed in an a report released by the Missouri State Auditor on April 26.Read More
Truck drivers traveling through Illinois with Drivewyze-enabled electronic logging devices, tablets and smartphones onboard can now obtain weigh station bypasses through the Drivewyze PreClear weigh station bypass application at four additional sites. Following the activation of Drivewyze at the four sites in the western part of the state, Drivewyze is now available at 12 of the state’s busiest weigh stations.Read More
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission and Drivewyze recently announced results from a six-month pilot program that offered in-cab safety alerts to commercial drivers as they approached high-risk curves and ramps on the Turnpike. During the first six months, the program,which was operated in partnership with Drivewyze, issued more than 70,000 alerts to truck drivers on electronic logging devices equipped with active Drivewyze service. In September, the program saw truckers who received the alerts reduce their speed by 7 percent over those who did not receive the alerts.Read More