House Republicans approved a bill Dec. 6 to block strict new tailpipe pollution limits proposed by the Biden administration, calling the plan a back-door mandate for electric vehicles.
The post-pandemic trend toward nearshoring of trade is on course to finish the year strong despite an earlier slowdown in broader trade activity.
The Senate Commerce Committee on Dec. 7 advanced the nomination of J. Todd Inman to serve on the National Transportation Safety Board through 2027.
North American Class 8 truck orders for November rebounded from three months of year-over-year declines, according to ACT Research.
Stellantis NV, owner of the Jeep and Ram brands, is petitioning against emissions standards adopted by California and 13 other states that it says give competitors unfair advantages.
Renault SA is deploying artificial intelligence technology to help cut the cost of producing electric vehicles in half by 2027 as the race to make affordable mass-market cars intensifies.
Torc Robotics formed a strategic partnership with Uber Freight to leverage its logistics network to help develop autonomous trucks, the company announced Dec. 7.
A new law that took effect Nov. 1 regarding overweight permits in Vermont is making it easier and less expensive for milk haulers to transport this key ingredient for the state’s dairy industry.
Fleets mostly support a plan that would allow them to appeal state agency Requests for Data Review to federal regulators when they believe their crash review is “incomplete or incorrect.”
Managing driver retention is an ongoing challenge for many trucking companies.