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Joe Biden, Amy Klobuchar, Tom Steyer and Pete Buttigieg talk infrastructure

Four presidential candidates emphasized the need to repair existing infrastructure and construct systems that meet future needs at a public forum in Las Vegas.

General Motors Co. is working to maintain the flow of parts to some of its most profitable U.S. plants to keep them from becoming the next factories to be idled due to the coronavirus spreading in China.

A major technology switch that could affect the transportation industry is right around the corner: the 3G wireless network sunset.

The Nebraska Department of Transportation released the Metro Area Travel Improvement Study, which is meant to guide road improvements in the Omaha area for the next few decades.

C.H. Robinson Worldwide Executive Chairman John Wiehoff will retire in May, the multimodal logistics company announced Feb. 12.

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

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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Traffic on Highway 101 in San Francisco

A plan by California environmental regulators to get zero-emissions vehicles on the road as soon as possible is getting pushback from truckers and other concerned industry stakeholders.

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FMCSA Final Rule Calls for Reduced Commercial Vehicle Registration Fees

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has issued a final rule that continues to reduce commercial vehicle registration fees in 2020 and 2021, the agency announced Feb. 12.

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