Trucking and supply chain firm NFI?Industries said Tuesday it has acquired IPD, a global transportation and logistics company based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
President Obama will nominate FBI Deputy Director John Pistole to head the Transportation Security Administration, the White House said Monday.
Shares of the following companies are having unusual moves in U.S. trading this morning.
Agents of the California Air Resources Board have fanned out to ticket truck operators who fail to comply with the state’s complicated schedule for reducing emissions from the small diesel engines that power transport refrigeration.
The Department of Transportation said last week that it expects to publish in mid-December its follow-up proposal to require more fleets to use electronic onboard recorders.
IdleAire Inc. said that it will reopen its idle-reduction facilities at 23 truck stops after ceasing operations in January.
A New York City experimental theater company faces eviction unless it pays more than $300,000 in back rent and interest to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
A United Airlines flight from New York made an emergency landing outside Washington after a fire broke out in the plane’s cockpit, a spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration said.
A massive “worm” is gearing up to eat its way through bedrock between East 92nd and East 63rd streets in Manhattan.
The big service cuts on the Long Island Railroad will take effect starting Monday.