Canadian National Railway reported an increase in second-quarter net income and revenue, and for the second period in a row company leaders spent significant time detailing for analysts the value of the company’s $33.7 billion merger with Kansas City S…
The Oakland City Council on July 20 approved a non-binding term sheet for a proposed waterfront ballpark at the Port of Oakland, yet neither trucking interests nor the Athletics baseball club was happy with the outcome.
More than six months into the economic recovery, the nation’s ports on the Pacific and Atlantic coasts continue to see record or near-record cargo loads, and port officials and economists forecast the substantial numbers likely will continue well into …
Truck tonnage in June inched up 0.5% compared with year-ago levels, a slowdown compared with recent months amid a tempering of freight activity nationwide, according to American Trucking Associations’ For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index.
Kansas City Southern, the Class I freight railroad much sought-after by two Canadian rivals, reported a second-quarter loss stemming in part from costs related to its impending merger.
Economic indicators and forecasts from economists show trucking and the U.S. economy are in the midst of a strong recovery, though concerns remain about the persistent shortage of drivers and supply chain delays.
Whether the Oakland Athletics build a new stadium inside the Port of Oakland facility, along the waterfront at the abandoned Howard Terminal, must be voted on soon, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said.
President Joe Biden’s signing of an executive order to increase competition and reduce congestion in the supply chain is gaining the support of leaders at the Federal Maritime Commission and trade associations.
Trucking and oil industry experts are warning of possible delays in fuel deliveries during the peak of the summer driving season as the pinch from the driver shortage — particularly among tanker truck drivers — could slow down service to fueling statio…
Jeffery Kelley Thompson of Olathe, Kan., who served as a Road Team Captain from 2009-10, died June 20.