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Kansas officials and community college educators broke ground on a $6.9 million commercial driver license driving range that will have five test pads to train drivers when it opens this year.
Class 8 truck maker Nikola Corp. appointed Thomas Okray as chief financial officer March 4, ending a three-month stint where CEO Steve Girsky wore both hats.
Here's the solution to the crossword puzzle found in the March 4, 2024 print edition.
Capitol Agenda: The transportation committee in the House of Representatives recently approved a road map for achieving policy initiatives over the coming months.
NEW ORLEANS — Dragonfly Energy Holdings Corp. is now providing its customers with access to Velociti’s Instant ROI and VeloCare programs to install and maintain its systems.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Three Red Sea cables providing internet and telecommunications around the world have been cut as the waterway remains a target of Yemen’s Houthi rebels.
NEW ORLEANS — Intangles has introduced a new feature that informs fleets on the quality of diesel particulate filter regeneration to optimize fuel efficiency and engine performance.
Three Norfolk Southern trains were involved in a collision and derailment the morning of March 2 in Lower Saucon Township, Pa.
The nearshoring trend has been driving further transportation and logistics investments near the Mexican border as companies work to capture current and expected future growth.
Get ready for genuine thrills on the high banks of Talladega courtesy of Wabash Genuine Parts. One lucky winner will receive accommodations and tickets for four (4) to the NASCAR Cup Series: Geico 500 at the Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday, April 21, 2024.
Hear Chevron and Cummins experts discuss the benefits of biodiesel and how this lower carbon fuel can help reduce lifecycle carbon emissions. Watch the webcast.
NEW ORLEANS — Motor carriers must take cybersecurity threats seriously or run the risk of being put out of business, a cybersecurity expert told industry reporters.
NEW ORLEANS — Maintenance expenses in the trucking industry decreased 1.4% in the fourth quarter of 2023 compared with the prior quarter, driven by lower costs for parts.
NEW ORLEANS — Phillips Industries soon will begin offering a rear-facing trailer back-up camera that the company’s top executive said will be its biggest-ever product launch.
NEW ORLEANS — The North American Council for Freight Efficiency and RMI released a report assessing the commercial vehicle technologies researched as part of the SuperTruck 2 program.
SAN FRANCISCO — California regulators on March 1 authorized Waymo to expand services of its fleet of robotaxis into Los Angeles and to cities on the peninsula south of San Francisco.
NEW ORLEANS — The TruckWings tractor-mounted aerodynamic device, which closes the gap between the cab and trailer, showed fuel-efficiency gains for diesel and CNG trucks in recent tests.
OPEC+ extended its oil supply cutbacks to the middle of the year in a bid to avert a global surplus and shore up prices.
The latest rail layoffs, combined with an investment fund’s ongoing campaign for control of Norfolk Southern, are renewing concerns about the effects cuts might have on safety and service.
Canada’s biggest new oil pipeline in more than a decade will begin filling with crude within weeks, according to MEG Energy Corp.