Homebuilders have pumped the brakes on new single-family home construction this year, a trend that’s likely to extend into 2023, according to several forecasts.
Legislation that temporarily averts a partial shutdown of federal agencies this month would hinder transportation operations nationwide, said the top senator on the funding committee.
A softening freight market has led to a slowdown in recruitment spending across the transportation industry, but experts urge carriers to remain focused on retention efforts and continue working to keep a steady pipeline of drivers flowing in.
A trade dispute-resolution panel sided with Mexico and Canada over the U.S. on rules for cars shipped across regional borders, potentially giving more incentive to make auto parts in those nations.
The Senate Commerce Committee on Dec. 7 approved President Joe Biden’s nominees to serve in transportation agencies during his administration.
Harassment and assaults against truck drivers are widespread, particularly among women and minority male drivers, according to a new study and survey commissioned by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
The trucking industry has increased its focus on sustainability this year, mostly geared toward last-mile operations.
American Trucking Associations and the Truckload Carriers Association have asked U.S. Senate leaders to block legislation that aims to eliminate fuel pump labeling requirements for renewable diesel fuel, a move the groups contend would cause confusion …
President Joe Biden will announce a $36 billion bailout for the Central States Pension Fund, helping to shore up one of the nation’s biggest multiemployer plans and delivering help to union allies.
The Keystone oil pipeline system, a major conduit linking Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast, was shut down after crude leaked into a creek in Kansas.