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ATA Chairman Randy Guillot testifies remotely before a Senate panel

Investments in infrastructure projects would help states recover economically from the COVID-19 pandemic, the chairman of American Trucking Associations, Randy Guillot, told senators June 3.

A multiyear policy bill with the aim of enhancing funding and safety for freight and commuter programs was unveiled by House Democrats on June 3.

Statewide stay-at-home orders prompted by the coronavirus pandemic have resulted in various trends related to traffic volume and safety, according to transportation experts.

DAT Solutions has reached a deal to acquire the Freight Market Intelligence Consortium, a subscription-based benchmarking and analysis service, DAT announced June 1.

North America is experiencing a surge in zero-emission commercial vehicle offerings, according to research from Calstart, a clean transportation accelerator.

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