Retired U.S. Army Gen. Stephen Lyons has been appointed as the new port and supply chain envoy to a group created by the White House last June to mitigate economic problems arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association filed a federal lawsuit May 27 alleging that California environmental regulators have failed to give manufacturers enough lead time to meet the state’s new, more rigid emission standards.
Before awarding federal funds, U.S. transportation officials will look for projects offering greater access to people, especially in disadvantaged communities.
State legislators across the nation are working to create new laws to promote the development and use of hydrogen energy.
Like Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas, other states across the nation are scrambling to become hydrogen hubs in the hopes of securing some of the $9.5 billion in federal funds for clean hydrogen initiatives.
The giant ports in Southern California and across the U.S. greatly lag their counterparts in Europe and other regions using digital technology to optimize operations. That was the consensus of panel discussion at the Metrans International Urban Freight…
Consumer sentiment deteriorated further in late May to a fresh decade low as escalating concerns over inflation dimmed the outlook for the economy.
Rivian Automotive Inc. is shuffling its executive ranks in an effort to help the Amazon.com Inc.-backed company overcome growing pains.
An inflation gauge closely tracked by the Federal Reserve rose 6.3% in April from a year earlier, just below a four-decade high set in March and the first slowdown since November 2020.
DETROIT — The Senate on May 26 confirmed former California pollution regulator Steven Cliff to run the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.