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Trucking companies are increasingly investing in training, technology and incentives to optimize driver performance when it comes to fuel consumption.

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden has picked Polly Trottenberg, a top aide in the Transportation Department, to serve as acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration.

A new high-temperature steel alloy rendering engines more durable and efficient has been developed by a team from Cummins Inc. and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Tesla Inc. may earn as much as $3 billion by 2030 thanks to deals with Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Co. for their electric vehicles to use its charging network, according to one analyst.

Lordstown Motors Corp. intends to sue backer Foxconn Technology Group as the companies remain at odds over a stalled investment in the EV startup.

A series of bills meant to expedite supply chain operations and improve freight rail safety await consideration in the U.S. House and the Senate.

In March and April, FedEx Express driver Roland Bolduc began gearing up for more state and National Truck Driving championships crowns. Here's the second in a series.

State competitions that determine who advances to the National Truck Driving Championships and National Step Van Driving Championships kicked off the first weekend in March. See the 2023 state-by-state schedule. 

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Iowa is leading 19 states in a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for backing California’s future ban on heavy diesel vehicles.

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TuSimple Starts Level 4 Autonomous Truck Testing in Japan

TuSimple Holdings has begun Level 4 autonomous test runs on a major freight corridor in Japan, the autonomous driving technology company announced June 6.

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CBP Rules Alabama Chassis Maker Avoided Tariffs

A federal agency has ruled that an Alabama chassis manufacturing company knowingly imported chassis from China that were being marketed as having been made in a Vietnamese factory.

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With emerging technologies placing a priority on efficiency, are in-cab technologies the next big adoption trend? Which trucking companies are choosing to sign on early and what kind of results are they seeing for their operations and their drivers? And, how do opinions on in-cab cameras differ between fleet managers, drivers, and legal experts? Join us for conversations that will help shift your thinking and your operations.  

Complete coverage of the 2023 National Truck Driving Championships and Step Van Driving Championships, as well as the state events that served as qualifiers.

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Officials with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration asked members of the agency’s motor carrier advisory committee for some ideas on how the agency could improve truck safety.

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