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The Pandemic Highway: Drivers Report in as COVID-19 Rages On
Pennsylvania Reopens Rest Areas on Busiest Routes

Pennsylvania Reopens Rest Areas on Busiest Routes

Pennsylvania's abrupt closure earlier this week of all of its roadside rest areas in response to the Coronavirus outbreak drew an outcry from trucking. Now, the state will reopen some areas along busy interstate routes.

March 18, 2020

Truck Stops Step Up to Serve Drivers During COVID-19 Outbreak
Trucking on the Front Line in Fight Against COVID-19

Trucking on the Front Line in Fight Against COVID-19

As an increasingly aware United States mobilizes to contain the spread the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19, the trucking industry is uniquely positioned to help in the containment effort – or to spreading the disease.

March 12, 2020

Mid-America Trucking Show Cancelled as Coronavirus Concerns Spread
Volvo, Mack Showcase Driver-Initiated Over The Air Updates at TMC
TMC Reports on Rising Repair Costs, Electromechanical Braking

TMC Reports on Rising Repair Costs, Electromechanical Braking

The American Trucking Associations’ Technology & Maintenance Council is working with partners to track repair costs and study electromechanical braking. A progress report kicked off TMC's Annual Meeting in Atlanta Feb. 23.

February 23, 2020

Ensuring the Correct Tire Replacement
Roadcheck 2020 to Focus on Driver Inspections
Q&A: Meritor's T.J. Reed on TransPower and the Future of Electric Trucks
How to Spec and Protect Truck Electronics

How to Spec and Protect Truck Electronics

Electronics are not noted for being robust systems. They are susceptible to failure due to environmental conditions such as dust or moisture, extremely hot and cold temperatures, mud, grime and grit, anti-icing chemicals – all the things a truck deals during a routine day’s work.

January 14, 2020

Volvo Announces Layoffs at New River Valley Assembly Plant
New York City Taking 'Cargo Bikes' for a Spin

New York City Taking 'Cargo Bikes' for a Spin

Aiming to get some diesel-powered delivery trucks off the streets, the Big Apple has approved a pilot to evaluate the performance of "cargo bicycles" on its streets, loading zones, bike lanes, and sidewalks.

December 4, 2019

Shell Looks at the Future of Fuel

Shell Looks at the Future of Fuel

At a recent conference at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Shell presented an array of speakers who sized up the state of alternative fuel technologies in trucking and a likely timeline for real-world adoption of these new means of moving freight.

November 27, 2019

Andrew Yang Wants a 'Trucking Czar' in the White House

Andrew Yang Wants a 'Trucking Czar' in the White House

Presidential candidate Andrew Yang said in the Democratic primary debate in Atlanta on Nov. 20 that if elected, he would appoint a "trucking czar" to oversee the transition from human drivers to autonomous vehicles.

November 21, 2019

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