BANFF, Alta. – The Government of Alberta has a full plate when it comes to how to best move forward with several issues facing the province’s trucking industry. Shaun Hammond, assistant deputy minister of safety policy and engineering for Alberta…
So what was it like getting to park a couple of semi trucks on the White House Lawn and shake hands with the president of the United States? Deborah Lockridge shares some of ATA Chairman Kevin Burch’s comments in her All That’s Trucking blog.
Fleets spec’ing wide single tires need to decide upfront whether to trade the vehicle as is or to spec axles and wheels for a later conversion to duals.
The tragic death of a young woman in Oklahoma has led a grieving mother to search for a truck driver who stopped to try and save her daughter.
Anthony Levandowski, head of Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group and founder of autonomous truck startup Otto, has stepped aside from that role in the midst of a legal battle with Waymo, according to a Business Insider news report.
Samsung Electronics America has partnered with GPS navigation provider Magellan to deliver an ELD-compliant hours-of-service tracking solution for short- and long-haul trucking.
BANFF, Alta. – Cameron Westhead, Alberta MLA for Banff-Cochrane, says the transportation industry is on the brink of some major changes. “We are now standing on the edge of a significant shift in the transportation industry,” said Westhead, who kicked…
Fleet management and telematics software provider Omnitracs is once again sponsoring the HDT Safety & Compliance award, which recognizes industry leaders who have demonstrated excellence in fleet safety.
CSX Transportation CEO E. Hunter Harrison is already having an impact on the network of the Jacksonville-based railway.
Shippers using CSX Transportation may be seeing faster train speeds, stricter cut-off times, and lower dwell times under new CEO E. Hunter Harrison, but analysts warn these changes don’t often don’t prioritize intermodal…
A fatal accident involving a driver falling asleep at the wheel led the FMCSA to investigate Beatrice, Ala.-based J&L Trucking and order its vehicles off the road.