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Interstate 95 bridge construction in Virginia

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

Werner Enterprises founder Clarence L. Werner has stepped down from his role as executive chairman, the company announced June 2.

Oil headed for a sixth weekly gain after OPEC+ reached a tentative agreement to prolong its record production cuts and U.S. jobs data was better than expected.

The U.S. Department of Transportation has issued a final rule to create the Tribal Transportation Self-Governance Program.

Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk said it’s “time to break up Amazon” in a tweet June 4, escalating a rivalry with Amazon.com Inc. CEO Jeff Bezos, another billionaire investing in space exploration.

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Team photo of competitors at Florida's 2019 truck driving championships

Despite the cancellation of the national competition, states remain free to make an independent decision regarding their own event. Here's the schedule as we know it.

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Port Slowdown Affects Workers Who Rely on Cargo, Leaders Say

Port leaders are raising caution the decline in business at their facilities could affect those whose employment relies on the flow of goods.

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