WASHINGTON — Law enforcement officers in Canada and the U.S. initiated 11,448 traffic stops of commercial motor vehicle drivers and passenger vehicle drivers who were
COLUMBUS, Ind. — September preliminary North American Class 8 net orders were 36,800 units, up 67% month-over-month, reflecting the strongest order month in the past
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Diesel fuel prices are on the rise once again this week — at least in most areas of the nation. According
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — The tanker truck crash in central Illinois that killed five people may have started when another vehicle tried to pass the chemical-laden
WASHINGTON — The threat of a federal government shutdown suddenly lifted late Saturday as President Joe Biden signed a temporary funding bill to keep agencies
WASHINGTON — National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Chair Jennifer Homendy is sounding the alarm about how a government shutdown would affect the transportation industry. In
WASHINGTON — Traffic fatalities dropped 3.3% in the first half of the year compared with the prior-year period, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
WASHINGTON — The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) is initiating research on the challenges facing women truck drivers as well as barriers that discourage women
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. –After nearly 10 weeks, average diesel fuel prices around the nation have dropped. According to the Energy Information Administration, the price sits
VAN BUREN TOWNSHIP, Mich. — President Joe Biden joined United Auto Workers (UAW) strikers on a picket line Tuesday, Sept. 26, as their work stoppage
In the old days, many facets of trucking were more difficult than they are today. One thing to which this maxim does not apply is
Getting selected for a DOT (Department of Transportation) inspection is a lot like going to the dentist. Nobody looks forward to the occurrence. The best
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California lawmakers, union leaders and truck drivers are trying to steer Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom toward signing into law a proposal that
August was another strong sales month for new Class 8 tractors on the U.S. market, according to data received from Wards Intelligence. Manufacturers reported sales
Those who were hoping that freight rates might begin to rebound in August were disappointed — and the disappointment is likely to continue for a
WASHINGTON — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) on Sept. 13 announced more than $80 million in grant awards from the federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.