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Truck tonnage on a seasonally adjusted basis rose 0.8% in January compared with year-ago levels, according to American Trucking Associations’ For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index, which was released Feb. 18.
Nikola Corp. announced a plan to build an electric pickup truck called the Nikola Badger with a maximum range of 600 miles at a yet-unnamed truck maker’s manufacturing facilities and with the other truck maker’s certified parts.
Policies aimed at expediting the permitting process related to big-ticket infrastructure projects would enhance connectivity along freight and commuter networks, Rep. Sam Graves, the top Republican on the House transportation panel, recently indicated.
Oil ended the session Feb. 18 flat after U.S. sanctions on Russia’s largest oil producer helped to erase losses driven by lingering concerns that coronavirus will cut demand.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao recently announced that $8.9 million in grant funding will be dedicated to improving highway safety in tribal lands.
American Association of Port Authorities is criticizing President Donald Trump’s fiscal 2021 budget because of what the association says are the cuts to funding for the nation’s ports.
The 2020 schedule of state truck driving championships will begin in Louisiana at the end of March and conclude in New Jersey at the end of June. Check out the state-by-state schedule.
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Medium-duty sales in January dropped 10.4% compared with a year earlier, but were saved from a more severe overall decline by strong gains in the lighter two classes as sales in Classes 6-7 slumped, WardsAuto .com reported.
A systemwide update to GPS technology last year gave the trucking industry and other sectors a glimpse into how large-scale technological malfunctions can cause broad-based problems for businesses, but small-scale issues can be just as disruptive, experts said.