Politico covers the launch of E Street Partners, a new public affairs consortium led by John Runyan, Craig Brightup, Thad Huguley, and Rafe Morrissey. | February 5, 2014. Exclusive: E Street Partners launches


Tulsa World discusses efforts by Consumers for Paper Options to give consumers a choice in how they receive important government information and services. | March 29, 2013. Group seeks paper options for government forms
 


 

RISI weighs in on digital movement. | September 10, 2012. Rush to digital leaves too many behind


Coalition for Transportation Productivity Truck Weight Reform Proposal. | February 2, 2012. Statement on Congressional Decision to Study Truck Weight Reform Proposal


 

Commercial Carrier Journal House Highway Bill. | February 1, 2012. House Highway Bill Addresses Weight Limits, HOS Changes


Fox News discusses CTP's support of truck weight reform. | November 25, 2011. Congress, States Debate Heavier Trucks


 

Commercial Carrier Journal highlights CTP's role at the U.S. Freight Sustainability Summit.  | November 18, 2011. Home Depot Backs Federal Vehicle Weight Reform Bill


The Journal of Commerce ran an article focused on CTP's truck weight reform efforts. | October 3, 2011. Shipper Step Up Campaign for Heavier Trucks


Consumers for Paper Options, an effort headed by John Runyan, released polling results demonstrating support for paper based documents. | September 29, 2011. Consumers Overwhelmingly Support Paper Option



The Hill.com features CTP Executive Director John Runyan in a discussion of truck weight reform.  | May 3, 2011. Competing Bills Filed on Truck Weights


 

Fleetowner: CTP Congressional Fly-in generates momentum for truck weight reform.  | March 2, 2011. Groups Converge on Capitol Hill to Push for Heavier Trucks


The Commercial Carrier Journal covered a panel discussion where John Runyan was a featured speaker as part of a session on "The Future of Freight Transportation" hosted by Volvo. | December 1, 2010. Session Examines the Future of Freight



The Dow Jones Newswires featured John Runyan in an article highlighting the momentum CTP has been gaining on the Truck Weight issue.  | September 25, 2010. Big to Lift Weight Limit on Big Trucks Picks up Momentum


 

The Rock Hill Herald ran an article highlighting the benefits of increased truck weights for CTP member AbitibiBowater, which featured John Runyan as the Executive Director of CTP.  | April 5, 2010. AbitibiBowater Wants Heavier Trucks on Roads


The Orlando Business Journal Featured a story where John Runyan outlined the provisions and benefits of H.R. 1799.  | March 26, 2010. Congress to Debate Whether or not to Increase Maximum Truck Weights


National Journal Transportation Experts Blog Featured John Runyan as an expert on the issue of increasing truck weights on interstates | December 16, 2009. Should Heavier Trucks be Allowed on Interstate Highways?


FleetOwner posted a story featuring John Runyan about the benefits of increased truck weight on interstates.  | December 10, 2009. Trucks at Work Blog: Turning a Corner on Weight


The Fort Dodge Messenger interviewed John Runyan for an article about H.R. 1799.  | November 29, 2009. Trucking Firms Back Measure to Increase Truck Weight Limits


The Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette published a very positive article on Kraft and Supervalu's take on the truck weight issue featuring John Runyan | November 29, 2009. Kraft, Supervalu among Firms Seeking Heavier Trucks


 

The Knoxville News Sentinel interviewed John Runyan for an article about the benefits of increasing truck weight limits for CTP member and Knoxville employer AbitibiBowater.  | November 19, 2009. Paper Company Touts Extra-axle Trucks to Help Cut Costs


The Journal of Commerce wrote an article in which John Runyan discusses the benefits of H.R. 1799.  | October 5, 2009. Shippers Urge Higher Truck Weight


The Trucker discusses the Collins Amendment to increase vehicle weight limits in Maine. | September 15, 2009. Senate to Consider Pilot Program to Extend Truck Weight in Maine


The Washington Business Journal announces the formation of Runyan Public Affairs. | September 9, 2009. Veteran Lobbyist Opens Runyan Public Affairs


Politico announces the formation of Runyan Public Affairs. | September 9, 2009. Suite Talk


 

Roll Call announces the formation of Runyan Public Affairs. | September 9, 2009. K Street Files


The Hill announces the opening the Runyan Public Affairs. | September 8, 2009. Lobbying World


Roll Call, the leading newspaper of Capitol Hill, carried an editorial by John Runyan discussing the Coalition for Transportation Productivity. | July 13, 2009. Runyan: Heavier Trucks Can Aid the Environment


Bloomberg News cites the Coalition for Transportation Productivity that Runyan leads as a "legislative game changer" as it has assembled a formidable coalition uniting shippers and carriers in an effort to enact vehicle weight limit reform. | July 9, 2009. Kraft, International Paper Push for Heavier Trucks


 

Journal of Commerce:  "More freight on fewer trucks would make the roads safer," says CTP co-chairman John Runyan.  | June 8, 2009. Shippers Throw Support to Heavier Trucks

 


Reuters:  New Shipping Advocacy Group Launches Effort to Increase Weight Limit for U.S. Trucks.  | June 8, 2009. New Shipping Advocacy Group, 'Coalition for Transportation Productivity,' Launches...