The Biden administration is reaching out to the oil industry to inquire about restarting shuttered refineries, as the White House scrambles to address record-high gasoline prices that are setting off political alarm bells ahead of the midterm elections.
To drive, or not to drive? This Memorial Day weekend, with surging gas prices that are redefining pain at the pump, that is the question for many Americans as a new COVID-19 surge also spreads across the country.
Congressional funding leaders are aiming to kick off consideration of the 2023 transportation appropriations bill as early as June.
The average used Class 8 retail sales price in April soared compared with a year earlier, as expected. But a closer vantage point showed it fell month-over-month for just the second time since July 2020, ACT Research reported.
Legislation designed to enhance market transparency and direct the Federal Trade Commission to prevent fraud or manipulation linked to inflating gasoline prices was approved by a Senate panel.
Trucking companies are working to expand their driver recruitment reach by bolstering diversity and inclusion initiatives, experts said.
Surging gasoline and food costs are weighing on the Biden administration as it prepares to set mandates for the use of renewable fuels.
A shift in goods being swiped by cargo thieves indicates that criminals targeting the trucking industry are returning to pre-pandemic activity.
LONG BEACH, Calif. — Accelerating e-commerce purchases and continuing supply chain disruptions are reshaping the warehouse and distribution industry, driving up costs and creating robust demand for storage facilities in urban areas and near ports.