Key data on revenue and freight assets for the 50 largest global freight carriers.
Before adjourning for the year, top Democrats on Capitol Hill are not ruling out the possibility of advancing a nearly $1 trillion COVID-19 package that includes aid for transportation networks.
Volvo Trucks North America announced a far-reaching plan for the launch of its heavy-duty VNR Electric model.
North American Class 8 orders reached 51,900 in November, according to ACT Research.
The California Transportation Commission has approved $2 billion for 56 new projects, some of which aim to improve the movement of goods and reduce congestion.
Truck drivers and other workers in critical and essential jobs could be among the earliest people to receive COVID-19 vaccinations.
Penske Logistics announced it reached an agreement to acquire Chicago-based trucking company Black Horse Carriers Inc.
The chairman of a Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance working group focused on hemp said that while interstate transport of the substance is legal, potential risks remain for motor carriers and drivers hauling it.
The Transportation Intermediaries Association is asking federal regulators to sunset a decades-old regulation that the group argues is out of alignment with today’s brokerage marketplace.
Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives selected Rep. Sam Graves of Missouri to lead their efforts on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee during the 117th Congress.
Less-than-truckload carrier Central Freight Lines Inc. announced it named Jerry Moyes CEO, effective immediately.
Photos of the transportation of the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree out of the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests in Colorado.
Despite pandemic challenges, the companies ranked on the Transport Topics 2020 Top 50 Global Freight Carriers list have adjusted their operations to keep pace with ever-changing market conditions.
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XPO Logistics Inc. plans to split into two by spinning off its logistics business in a tax-free transaction that will create a separate publicly traded company.
A surge in COVID-19 cases is starting to impact American meat-processing operations in another potential threat to food supply chains that were upended in the early stages of the pandemic.