North American Class 8 orders in May sank below 7,000, ACT Research reported, and industry analysts said more progress off the bottom will occur slowly as long as COVID-19 remains a major concern.
Investments in infrastructure projects would help states recover economically from the COVID-19 pandemic, the chairman of American Trucking Associations, Randy Guillot, told senators June 3.
VectoIQ Acquisition Corp.’s stockholders on June 2 voted in favor of the previously announced business combination with Nikola Corp., a startup manufacturer of zero-emission heavy-duty trucks.
DAT Solutions has reached a deal to acquire the Freight Market Intelligence Consortium, a subscription-based benchmarking and analysis service, DAT announced June 1.
The Trump administration moved June 3 to block Chinese airlines from flying to the U.S. in an escalation of trade and travel tensions between the countries.
North America is experiencing a surge in zero-emission commercial vehicle offerings, according to research from Calstart, a clean transportation accelerator.
Tropical Storm Cristobal brought heavy rain to southern Mexico June 3, and with a forecast that has it re-entering the Gulf of Mexico within a day, oil-platform workers are already being evacuated.
Schneider launched a new marketplace, Schneider FreightPower, to give shippers access to an expanded and flexible capacity network.
Statewide stay-at-home orders prompted by the coronavirus pandemic have resulted in various trends related to traffic volume and safety, according to transportation experts.
Sport-utility vehicles and trucks are dominating U.S. auto sales like never before as carmakers start to recover from the biggest shock to their industry in decades.