Trucker convoy laps Washington, DC, beltway to protest COVID-19 measures (2023)

A convoy of vehicles lapped the Washington, D.C., beltway Sunday morning to demand an end to COVID-19 mandates and restrictions.The protests come at a time when many pandemic-related mandates and restrictions — imposed by state and local governments rather than lawmakers in Washington — have already begun being lifted in much of the country.The group — which included dozens of vehicles, including some eighteen-wheelers, according to drone footage from WBAL — planned to drive at least two loops around the beltway before returning to Hagerstown, Maryland, Maureen Steele, an organizer with the "People's Convoy" told CNN. They did not plan to enter the city proper.Sunday's protest may mark the beginning of several days of disruptions, according to District of Columbia emergency management officials.On Sunday, Christopher Rodriguez, director of the District of Columbia's Homeland and Emergency Management Agency, estimated that there were 1,000 vehicles at the time up in Hagerstown, Maryland, and that the ultimate number of vehicles could reach 2,000 over the next several days.Rodriguez added that District officials have remained in close contact with other partner agencies nationwide to track potential threats or violence. So far, he said, there have been a few instances of low-level acts of violence associated with the convoy, but no overt actions or overt calls for violence in furtherance of the convoy's effort.DC Mayor Muriel Bowser asked the Department of Defense to extend the authorization for DC's National Guard through March 9, Rodriguez said, and that request was approved.Rodriguez acknowledged the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol has helped shape officials' "aggressive" approach to preparing for large scale events."When we see large numbers of people coming to our region, but we do respect everyone, any Americans right to come to the nation's capital and exercise their First Amendment rights," he said. "But what we won't tolerate are any individuals who come into the nation's capital and break our laws."Inspired by Canadian protestsFootage showed trucks and their drivers, led by a police escort, honking at onlookers gathered on an overpass to cheer the vehicles as they drove by.The convoy, one of several bound for DC this weekend, is following the lead of the Canadian trucker protests that began in late January and continued for weeks as demonstrators protested COVID-19 mandates, crippling U.S. border crossings and the capital of Ottawa.Organizers of the American convoys, however, have signaled they intend to keep their demonstrations under control.The "People's Convoy" organizers previously said the group had no plan to mimic the Canadian protests with blockades or clashes with authorities. While they do want to be noticed, Steele said her group coordinated its demonstration with local law enforcement to prevent any conflicts.That, however, was just for Sunday. The Washington Post reported organizers plan to repeat the action until their demands are addressed. And there are other convoy groups that have indicated they plan to demonstrate in or near DC, though it remains unclear exactly how many groups, people or vehicles will be participating.On Sunday, the House Sergeant at Arms William Walker announced that the Capitol Police Board had issued an emergency declaration in response to the convoys' arrival."The Capitol Police Board has issued an emergency declaration to ensure that the U.S. Capitol police are able to operate and respond as necessary," Walker said in a letter to all members of Congress and staff.Walker advised members and staff to consider telework options and the use of public transportation to avoid traffic delays.He said the Committee on House Administration had "determined that extraordinary circumstances exist to permit use of official funds to reimburse short-term lodging expenses in the Washington, D.C., area for certain Members and staff."Washington County, Maryland, Sheriff Doug Mullendore told CNN Saturday his agency had had no issues with the convoys so far."There are at least four convoys that have converged in Hagerstown and are staying at the Hagerstown Speedway," he said. "There have been no problems and we are just monitoring things. We are working closely with the Maryland State Police."Mullendore added, "They have been very respectful and have caused no problems here."Virginia State Police spokesperson Corinne Geller confirmed the agency had "been in contact with various groups' organizers to ensure their understanding of Virginia traffic laws." Law enforcement's goal, she said, was to "mitigate the impact of additional traffic volume on already congested roadways and Northern Virginia communities."Demand end to COVID-19 mandatesThe common demand emanating from each of the groups is the end of COVID-19 mandates, including mask and vaccine requirements.In a news release, the "People's Convoy" pointed to declining COVID-19 cases, vaccines and therapeutics, saying it was "time to reopen the country.""To that end, it's time for elected officials to work with the blue-collar and white-collar workers of America and restore accountability and liberty by lifting all mandates and — as COVID is well-in-hand now, and Americans need to get back to work in a free and unrestricted manner," the release said.Many cities and states have already started lifting such measures while COVID-19 hospitalizations and new cases drop, including New York state, which lifted this week most mask mandates and requirements to show proof of vaccination for indoor activities.A growing number of states — the majority of which have Democratic governors — announced in recent weeks they would lift indoor or school mask mandates, including California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oregon and Rhode Island.Under new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance, more than 70% of the country's population is in a location with low or medium COVID-19 levels, meaning masking is not necessary unless an individual is at increased risk of COVID-19. If so, the CDC recommends talking to your health care provider about wearing a mask. But mandates are also being lifted in places with "high" levels of COVID-19, like California and Illinois.

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A convoy of vehicles lapped the Washington, D.C., beltway Sunday morning to demand an end to COVID-19 mandates and restrictions.

The protests come at a time when many pandemic-related mandates and restrictions — imposed by state and local governments rather than lawmakers in Washington — have already begun being lifted in much of the country.

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(Video) Trucker convoy laps Washington, DC, beltway to protest Covid-19 measures

The group — which included dozens of vehicles, including some eighteen-wheelers, according to drone footage from WBAL — planned to drive at least two loops around the beltway before returning to Hagerstown, Maryland, Maureen Steele, an organizer with the "People's Convoy" told CNN. They did not plan to enter the city proper.

Sunday's protest may mark the beginning of several days of disruptions, according to District of Columbia emergency management officials.

On Sunday, Christopher Rodriguez, director of the District of Columbia's Homeland and Emergency Management Agency, estimated that there were 1,000 vehicles at the time up in Hagerstown, Maryland, and that the ultimate number of vehicles could reach 2,000 over the next several days.

Rodriguez added that District officials have remained in close contact with other partner agencies nationwide to track potential threats or violence. So far, he said, there have been a few instances of low-level acts of violence associated with the convoy, but no overt actions or overt calls for violence in furtherance of the convoy's effort.

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser asked the Department of Defense to extend the authorization for DC's National Guard through March 9, Rodriguez said, and that request was approved.

(Video) Trucker convoy protesting Covid measures slows traffic on D.C. Beltway

Rodriguez acknowledged the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol has helped shape officials' "aggressive" approach to preparing for large scale events.

"When we see large numbers of people coming to our region, but we do respect everyone, any Americans right to come to the nation's capital and exercise their First Amendment rights," he said. "But what we won't tolerate are any individuals who come into the nation's capital and break our laws."

Inspired by Canadian protests

Footage showed trucks and their drivers, led by a police escort, honking at onlookers gathered on an overpass to cheer the vehicles as they drove by.

The convoy, one of several bound for DC this weekend, is following the lead of the Canadian trucker protests that began in late January and continued for weeks as demonstrators protested COVID-19 mandates, crippling U.S. border crossings and the capital of Ottawa.

Organizers of the American convoys, however, have signaled they intend to keep their demonstrations under control.

The "People's Convoy" organizers previously said the group had no plan to mimic the Canadian protests with blockades or clashes with authorities. While they do want to be noticed, Steele said her group coordinated its demonstration with local law enforcement to prevent any conflicts.

(Video) Convoy protesting COVID-19 mandates laps Washington DC

That, however, was just for Sunday. The Washington Post reported organizers plan to repeat the action until their demands are addressed. And there are other convoy groups that have indicated they plan to demonstrate in or near DC, though it remains unclear exactly how many groups, people or vehicles will be participating.

On Sunday, the House Sergeant at Arms William Walker announced that the Capitol Police Board had issued an emergency declaration in response to the convoys' arrival.

"The Capitol Police Board has issued an emergency declaration to ensure that the U.S. Capitol police are able to operate and respond as necessary," Walker said in a letter to all members of Congress and staff.

Walker advised members and staff to consider telework options and the use of public transportation to avoid traffic delays.

He said the Committee on House Administration had "determined that extraordinary circumstances exist to permit use of official funds to reimburse short-term lodging expenses in the Washington, D.C., area for certain Members and staff."

Washington County, Maryland, Sheriff Doug Mullendore told CNN Saturday his agency had had no issues with the convoys so far.

(Video) 'People's Convoy' Drives Across Capital Beltway In Protest Of COVID-19 Mandates, Restrictions

"There are at least four convoys that have converged in Hagerstown and are staying at the Hagerstown Speedway," he said. "There have been no problems and we are just monitoring things. We are working closely with the Maryland State Police."

Mullendore added, "They have been very respectful and have caused no problems here."

Virginia State Police spokesperson Corinne Geller confirmed the agency had "been in contact with various groups' organizers to ensure their understanding of Virginia traffic laws." Law enforcement's goal, she said, was to "mitigate the impact of additional traffic volume on already congested roadways and Northern Virginia communities."

Demand end to COVID-19 mandates

The common demand emanating from each of the groups is the end of COVID-19 mandates, including mask and vaccine requirements.

In a news release, the "People's Convoy" pointed to declining COVID-19 cases, vaccines and therapeutics, saying it was "time to reopen the country."

"To that end, it's time for elected officials to work with the blue-collar and white-collar workers of America and restore accountability and liberty by lifting all mandates and — as COVID is well-in-hand now, and Americans need to get back to work in a free and unrestricted manner," the release said.

(Video) Convoy protesting COVID-19 mandates does beltway circuit

Many cities and states have already started lifting such measures while COVID-19 hospitalizations and new cases drop, including New York state, which lifted this week most mask mandates and requirements to show proof of vaccination for indoor activities.

A growing number of states — the majority of which have Democratic governors — announced in recent weeks they would lift indoor or school mask mandates, including California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oregon and Rhode Island.

Under new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance, more than 70% of the country's population is in a location with low or medium COVID-19 levels, meaning masking is not necessary unless an individual is at increased risk of COVID-19. If so, the CDC recommends talking to your health care provider about wearing a mask. But mandates are also being lifted in places with "high" levels of COVID-19, like California and Illinois.

FAQs

Is the trucker convoy still in Washington DC? ›

The “People's Convoy” that's been parked in Hagerstown for weeks will finally leave the Washington region alone, Zachary Petrizzo reported for the Daily Beast Sunday night.

How many trucks are in the People's convoy to DC? ›

23 in Adelanto, Calif., outside Los Angeles. Organizers and convoy members talked about Monday's convoy journey to D.C. as a “win,” saying it included 258 cars, 68 motor homes and 95 trucks. At a meeting Monday night, the group criticized police efforts to block exits, saying it worsened the backups.

What happened to the people's convoy? ›

After declaring victory on May 20 at a dirt-track speedway in Hagerstown, Maryland — sources say the dwindling convoy, down to 15 tractor-trailers and around 40 passenger vehicles and RVs in the final days, imploded very publicly on social media once remaining organizers declared the “mission of freedom” was over.

What is the truck convoy to Washington about? ›

2 the truck convoy is not an anti-vaccination movement but rather about “human and constitutional rights.” “This isn't about the trucking mandates. There's so much more in play there. We are just truck drivers standing up for our human rights, and as Americans it's about our constitutional rights,” he said.

What is Biden doing for truckers? ›

“We're using funds from President Biden's Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to help address truck parking shortages, and we're working with state and industry leaders to develop more parking that will improve safety and quality of life for our nation's truck drivers.”

Why are truckers on their way to DC? ›

Convoy groups led by American truckers are making their way toward the nation's capital to demand an end to all Covid-19 mandates and restrictions.

How many cars does Potus convoy have? ›

The motorcade for the President of the United States comprises forty to fifty vehicles; in addition to the president, the motorcade may carry his or her spouse or children, members of the press, security, White House officials, and VIP guests.

How many miles long is the peoples convoy? ›

American flags waved in the wind as a 15-mile convoy, made up of hundreds of truck drivers, passed through Springfield on Interstate 44 Monday morning.

How long is the people's convoy? ›

Some right-wing media sources are taking a more expansive view of their numbers: Conspiracy site the Gateway Pundit, for instance, estimates the People's Convoy comprises more than 10,000 vehicles and is more than 70 miles long.

Who is trucker G? ›

Gerald Johnson, better known as Trucker G, has been in the trucking industry for over 30 years and has a large online following from sharing tips on how to succeed in the industry. Johnson and his wife Maryann planted their roots in Niangua, but spend much of their time on the road.

Is Steve from Outback Truckers still alive? ›

Fear not, Steve is alive and well and will be back stirring up the bull dust for Season 7. James Westwood and 1,158 others like this. Apparently another Steve Grahame passed away a couple of years ago. Bit of confusion there.

What are the bikers in Ottawa protesting about? ›

The organizations involved do appear to have links to the convoy demonstration earlier this year that protested COVID-19 restrictions and demanded the Liberal government resign. The website for "Rolling Thunder Ottawa" said it is partnered with the groups Veterans for Freedom and Freedom Fighters Canada.

What is the goal of a convoy? ›

The term convoy refers to a group of vehicles traveling together for mutual protection and support.

Why is there a police convoy? ›

The purpose of the police escort is to ensure those who are being escorted get to their destination in a safe manner.

What is the bikers convoy about? ›

It started as a demonstration against vaccination mandates, but soon turned into an antigovernment protest, with participants calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The convoy protest, which Ottawa Police called an “occupation,” ended after the federal government invoked the Emergencies Act.

Is there a vaccine mandate for truckers in the US? ›

“While vaccine mandates have been lifted for private employers and paused for federal contractors, they remain in place for non-U.S. travelers—including truck drivers—entering the U.S. through the northern land border.

What is the new trucker law? ›

State bill AB5, also known as the “gig worker bill,” restricts companies from classifying workers as independent contractors rather than employees.

How long will truck drivers be needed? ›

Meanwhile, the American Trucking Associations (ATA) reported a shortage of 80,000 drivers last year, an all-time high that could reach 160,000 by 2030. The solution, the ATA said, is to recruit a million new drivers over the next decade.

Why are so many truckers quitting their jobs? ›

Many truckers are quitting because of low pay combined with difficult working conditions. Truck drivers can spend days at a time behind the wheel of their truck, spending nights in gas station parking lots, or even on the side of the road.

Are the truckers sleeping in their trucks? ›

Sleeper Cabs: Fast Facts

Truckers usually park their vehicles in company facilities, rest areas, and truck stops along their route. Modern sleeper cabs carry most of the conveniences of home, but a bathroom and/or shower is still a rarity seen only in very expensive custom-built trucks.

Why are we losing truckers? ›

Low wages.

The cost of living has greatly increased but wages have not kept up with the cost of living. In fact, wages are so low with some trucking companies, that it's simply no longer worth the sacrifices the drivers make for the job.

What car does the Secret Service drive? ›

The presidential state car is a limousine called Cadillac One or The Beast which is operated by the Secret Service.

Does the president have a bulletproof car? ›

President Kennedy's assassination began a progression of increasingly armored and sealed cars; the 2009–2018 state car had five-inch-thick (13 cm) bulletproof glass and was hermetically sealed with its own environmental system.
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How many Beast cars does the President have? ›

Generally, there are around 50 vehicles in the motorcade and 100 staff, shifting upward or downward depending on the mission. Sometimes extra vehicles are added in new positions and the president isn't always inside the limo.

How much does convoy pay for layover? ›

The rate is $40 per hour with a max of $200 per stop. Detention time is calculated from the app's GPS data and validated with the BOL. The following requirements must be met in order for a carrier to receive detention: The driver is using the app with location services enabled.

How does convoy get paid? ›

All payments from Convoy are sent via direct deposit, free of charge!

How fast do convoys drive? ›

Convoy Formations

They are as follows: Close column. This formation provides the greatest degree of convoy control. It is characterized by vehicle intervals of 25 to 50 meters and speeds under 25 mph.

What are six 6 key points when Travelling in a convoy? ›

Here are some helpful tips for your next adventure:
  • Put Your Headlights ON and If You Have a UHF Radio Use it.
  • Be Mindful of Other Road Users.
  • Have a Game Plan and Communicate it.
  • Hang Back a Little at Stop and Give Way Signs.
  • Leave a Safe Distance Between each Vehicle in Your Convoy.

Who runs convoy? ›

Dan Lewis, co-founder and CEO of digital freight company Convoy, didn't start his company because he had a deep and abiding passion for trucking.

What did rubber duck drive in convoy? ›

This is the highest-grossing film of Sam Peckinpah's career. Rubber Duck's truck is generally represented in the film as a 1977 Mack RS712LST, although several other Mack RS700L-series trucks were used as doubles and stationary props.

How many trucks does Big G have? ›

Big G Express is a 100% Employee Owned, asset based truckload carrier with over 600 tractors and 1600 trailers.

Where is trucker G from? ›

Trucker G is a contracted owner-operator based out of Springfield, Mo., who is joined on the road by his wife, Mrs. G.

Who is the trucking guru? ›

Kierra Henderson, known as a Trucking Guru, is a name to reckon in the transportation industry. Operating this business for the last 15 years and achieving successes all the way, she is one of those millionaires in the industry for whom success is just one step away.

Why did Turbo from Outback Truckers go to jail? ›

The 35-year-old employee of DaimlerChrysler was found guilty in February of negligent homicide and sentenced to 18 months in prison for having driven his top-of-the-line Mercedes to within a few metres of the woman's car last July.

Who went to jail from Outback Truckers? ›

Outback Truckers driver Peter “Turbo” Teatoff who has appeared in the 7mate series is reportedly behind bars at Brisbane Correctional Centre, according to A Current Affair. Nine alleged he has a string of debts, totalling $26,000 in unpaid fines, and has been jailed for fraud.

What happened to sludge on Outback Truckers? ›

Sludge says Murray didn't only teach him how to drive, he also brought him up after he lost his father. Though Sludge did return to New Zealand for a brief three-year stint to work with the family business, it didn't work out, so he returned to Perth which has been his home ever since.

Why bikers show two fingers to each other? ›

The rider was acknowledging the driver's considerate safe driving efforts while the motorcycle passed. … The two-finger salute is actually a peace sign. That's how we motorcyclists wave to say thank you for making room for us to split lanes.

How do bikers warn about cops? ›

Some also use a thumb-up to say the road ahead is clear and a thumb down to say there is some sort of hazard ahead, which could be the police. Read about the various rider hand gestures.

What is the biggest biker rally in the United States? ›

Started in 1938 by the Jack Pine Gypsies, Sturgis is the biggest motorcycle rally in the world. The average attendance of the 10-day event hovers around half a million. This effectively doubles the population of South Dakota. This rally has been held every year since '38 with only two breaks during World War II.

What is the last car in a convoy called? ›

The maintenance vehicle carrying the mechanics has to be the last vehicle in the convoy and special instructions must be provided on recovery repair procedures.

Was the convoy system successful Why or why not? ›

These escorts not only guarded against surface gunfire attacks, but also dropped depth charges in areas where German 'U-boats' were known to operate. The convoy system resulted in a rapid decrease in German attacks on Allied shipping during the last 17 months of the war.

Was the convoy system effective? ›

During World War II the convoy system was developed to its fullest extent, and it played a decisive role in achieving victory against the formidable German submarine fleet formed to prey on Allied shipping.

What do truckers call police? ›

The bear den, like most bear slangs in the trucker terms, the word bear is referring to police officers.

Why do cops touch the truck? ›

“Touching the rear of the vehicle puts the officer's fingerprints on that car, showing that he or she was there with it,” said Trooper Montiero. “In case the driver decided to flee the scene, or if something happened to that officer, it ties both the vehicle and the officer together.

Who gets a police convoy? ›

They provide armed motorcycle escorts for members of the royal family, protected members of the Government, visiting royals, heads of state and other visiting dignitaries. It also provides armed vehicle escorts for valuable, hazardous and protected loads and high risk prisoners.

What are the bikers protesting about in Canada? ›

The “Rolling Thunder” group had not initially been clear about the cause they're rallying for, except to say they would “peacefully celebrate our freedom,” and they oppose the removal of veterans from the National War Memorial during the “Freedom Convoy.”

What highway is the trucker convoy on? ›

Truckers and supporters, calling themselves the People's Convoy, travel along Highway 395 on Wednesday.

What state are the truckers boycotting? ›

20. A trucker-led social media campaign has exploded on TikTok, with hundreds of thousands of people weighing in. Truckers from across the country have announced that they will refuse to drive in Colorado to get Governor Jared Polis to grant Rogel Aguilera-Mederos clemency or commute part of his sentence.

Why are so many truckers quitting? ›

Many truckers are quitting because of low pay combined with difficult working conditions. Truck drivers can spend days at a time behind the wheel of their truck, spending nights in gas station parking lots, or even on the side of the road.

Why are all the truckers pulled over? ›

Unlike private cars, the police are authorised to pull trucks over for routine inspections even if they haven't committed a moving traffic offence. Trucks have to comply with all kinds of regulations, taxes, permits and other bureaucracy, so they are an easy target for the police.

How long will the trucker convoy DC last? ›

According to its website, the convoy will be on the road for 11 days — making stops in Texas, Indiana, and Ohio — until they arrive in the D.C. Beltway on the evening of March 5.

Is it against the law to convoy? ›

Most Convoys are Law-Abiding

The police respect the rights of citizens to express their opinions in the form of a convoy as long as they are not designed to block or impede traffic, speed, or violate any other laws.

How long is the trucker convoy DC? ›

The trucker group calling itself the “People's Convoy,” which protested vaccine mandates and aired other right-wing grievances by driving around the D.C. region for more than three weeks, left its temporary base in Western Maryland on Thursday morning to head across the country to challenge proposed coronavirus vaccine ...

Is there a vaccine mandate on truckers? ›

“While vaccine mandates have been lifted for private employers and paused for federal contractors, they remain in place for non-U.S. travelers—including truck drivers—entering the U.S. through the northern land border.

Why doesn't America have enough truckers? ›

A 1,000-mile journey through the middle of America reveals the fundamental reason for truck driver shortages: It is a job full of stress, physical deprivation and loneliness. Stephen Graves at a rest stop in Oklahoma, where he slept for the night.

Will truck driving become obsolete? ›

Therefore, many worry that truck driving jobs will disappear due to automation. The innovation of self-driving vehicles might change the work process, and many speculate that advanced machines will replace truck drivers. Some predict that up to 3 million driving jobs might disappear due to automation.

Is truck driving worth it 2022? ›

Trucking is one of the highest-paying careers that doesn't require a college degree. Additionally, the longer you stay with a company, the more you'll be rewarded with bonuses and pay increases for safe driving records and performance. Another advantage of being a trucker is the opportunity to travel.

Are truckers happy? ›

No, truck drivers are not happy.

Truck drivers score well below average in job happiness and satisfaction. Truck driving was rated in the bottom 10% of careers compared to all other industries. Truck drivers themselves rated their profession a 2.7 out of 5 stars in terms of career happiness.

Why did semi truck drivers get 110 years? ›

Last month, Rogel Aguilera-Mederos, a 26-year-old truck driver with no criminal record, received a 110-year sentence for accidentally killing four people because his brakes failed as he approached stalled traffic on a Colorado highway.

Will semi truck prices go down in 2022? ›

By the end of 2022, used truck prices will return to the levels we saw by the end of 2020. “I never anticipated numbers to go up and stay up,” Slavin said. “We're starting the slide, but it's not a cliff event.”

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