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Work from home? The Senate's highway policy committee sees the environmental benefits of it, even after the COVID-19 pandemic passes. Here's your Capitol Agenda look at the week ahead for trucking on Capitol Hill.

The nationwide average price of diesel fell for the third consecutive week, by three-tenths of a cent to $2.424 a gallon.

Slow, grinding negotiations on a huge COVID-19 relief bill are set to resume Aug. 3, but the path forward promises to be challenging and time is already growing short.

Tim Kraus plans to retire early next year from his role leading the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association, the organization announced Aug. 3.

Integrating braking systems with sensors and telematics can enable more timely maintenance, reduce unplanned downtime and optimize component life while supporting “brake health.”

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Holden Beach, N.C., ordered a mandatory evacuation of all non-residents over the July 31-Aug. 2 weekend, ahead of Isaiah's landfall..

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U.S. manufacturing improved again in July with a key gauge of activity rising further into expansion territory.

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