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The U.S. Energy Information Administration plans to release diesel prices July 7 after a three-week delay caused by a network problem, the agency announced July 6.
The U.S. Post Office will raise the price of a First Class Forever Stamp by 2 cents, from 58 cents to 60 cents, starting July 10.
The deal for the provider of automatic tire inflation systems extends Clarience's string of recent acquisitions.
Nearly 50 transportation groups are asking the Biden administration to extend a waiver for certain requirements for products and materials associated with infrastructure construction projects.
REMINGTON, Va. — For years, there’s been a cardinal rule for flying civilian drones: Keep them within your line of sight. Not just because it’s a good idea — it’s also the law.
Economic conditions in the country and in trucking remain relatively strong, but American Trucking Associations Chief Economist Bob Costello said he has concerns about early 2023 and puts the chance of a recession in the first quarter of the year at 50-50.
LOS ANGELES — A contract between shipping companies and 22,000 West Coast dockworkers expired over the weekend. But both sides continued to talk and said they want to avoid a strike that could savage an economy already stressed by soaring inflation and supply chain woes.
Digital license plates are a reality for heavy trucks in California and Arizona as Texas becomes the latest to adopt this innovative technology, but only for some commercial vehicle fleets.
Just Eat Takeaway.com NV’s shares jumped the most in almost four years after Amazon.com Inc. agreed to take a stake in its Grubhub business.
Walmart Inc. is hitting some suppliers with two new charges as it struggles to soften the blow of surging transportation costs.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has finalized a rulemaking that updates two truck rear underride guard standards it said will improve protection for drivers and passengers in light vehicles in the event of a rear underride crash.
The U.S. is pushing the Netherlands to ban ASML Holding NV from selling to China mainstream technology essential in making a large chunk of the world’s chips, expanding its campaign to curb the country’s rise, according to people familiar with the matter.
A recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hearing focused on the California Air Resources Board's bid to proceed with three aggressive regulations that have not been well-received within the trucking industry.
West Texas Intermediate crude futures dropped below $100 a barrel for the first time since May 11 as concerns grow that a global economic slowdown will ultimately hobble demand.
Volvo Group is looking to expand its autonomous and electric truck programs to build market share in its key U.S. market and drive revenue and profits higher, top executives said recently.
As the American workforce continues to experience major shifts and fluxes, there’s an opportunity for those of us in the trucking and logistics industries to attract new drivers and workers looking for a post-pandemic change.
Ford Motor Co. sales jumped 31.5% in June thanks to big gains from its top-selling pickup truck line, including the electric F-150 Lightning.
It’s been a tailwind for oil prices for most of this year, but the previously booming U.S. gasoline market is showing a few signs of cooling off.
A German plant reportedly will take a break this month, in addition to two model lines in Shanghai, Bloomberg reported.
Florida is exploring project delivery options in an $18 million plan to add 135 truck parking spaces in a new truck travel center near the Golden Glades interchange and close to Miami.