INDIANAPOLIS — Bob Costello isn’t sure that a recession — a downturn that could impact freight and trucking companies across North America — is coming, or when, but the economist senses something is amiss.
WASHINGTON — Allowing segments of the country’s surface transportation system to deteriorate hinders economic growth and contributes to a significant number of road accidents, American Trucking Associations President Chris Spear told a congressional pa…
Michelin Group promoted Alexis Garcin, a 17-year company veteran, to chairman and president of Michelin North America Inc.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — As cities continue to embrace designs for “complete streets,” tailored for cars, bicyclists and pedestrians traveling alongside one another, urban planners should consider freight needs too, engineering experts said.
Walmart Inc. has updated the information network used daily by its suppliers to let them submit cost increases that are directly attributable to higher U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods.
Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk dismissed concerns about demand for his company’s trademark electric vehicles, telling shareholders at the company’s annual meeting June 11 that sales this quarter could hit record levels.
YRC Freight’s Bill Krouse can add another trophy to his collection in what has become a long and distinguished career.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The effects of truck platooning on the nation’s infrastructure continues to be studied, federal officials told the American Society of Civil Engineers’ International Conference on Transportation and Development here.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is seeking information regarding truck driver detention time during periods of loading and unloading.
Electric utilities in California, Oregon and Washington are jointly exploring a plan for a network of charging stations to be used by eventual battery-electric commercial vehicles traveling Interstate 5, a 1,300-mile commercial corridor along the West …