A provision aimed at ensuring uniformity nationwide for meal-and-rest-break laws for truck drivers will stay in a House funding bill after surviving a Democratic-led effort to remove it May 23.
Oil retreated from the highest price in more than three years after surprise increases in U.S. crude and gasoline stockpiles.
Shippers that view Montreal as a quick and direct way to move cargo in and out of Canada, and perhaps connect to the US, can rest easier regarding their assessment: a pilot program that extended gates by 4.5 hours appears to have diminished congestion inside the port. (Above: The Port...
Union Pacific Corp. operations are about 80% of normal, after it deployed more locomotives and crews to clear network congestion that began eroding service last year, CEO Lance Fritz said.
The outgoing chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is making a final push before he retires to piece together a long-stalled infrastructure package before Congress adjourns.
SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — The good news is that heavy truck brake technology is moving forward at a dizzying pace — a clear boon for highway safety. Unfortunately, there is a troubling knowledge gap among a large segment of the technicians responsible for keeping up with those brake maintenance advances — even a lack of basic brake maintenance.
Consumer trust in self-driving cars has plummeted after high-profile roadway fatalities, with almost three-quarters of Americans now saying they are too afraid to ride in an autonomous vehicle, according to a new survey.
Ports looking to improve their facilities as well as the roads, tunnels, bridges and rails that link to them may find aid in federal grant programs, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Lawsuits over EPA’s April fuel economy determination are more than just a pre-emptive strike, challengers say: They’re an effort to force the agency to consider thousands of pages of its own data as it considers weakening emissions limits for passenger cars.
Well-known manufacturers as well as newcomers to the industry are advancing electric trucks, and both sectors will play important roles in the vehicles’ future, industry experts said.