Seth Clevenger is managing editor of features at Transport Topics. He plans, writes and edits news features for Transport Topics’ weekly newspaper, supplemental publications and TTNews.com.
Seth Clevenger is managing editor of features at Transport Topics. He plans, writes and edits news features for Transport Topics’ weekly newspaper, supplemental publications and TTNews.com. He also creates video and audio content for Transport Topics’ webcasts, podcasts and radio programming. Clevenger, who joined TT in 2011, covers the latest industry news with a special focus on transportation technology, including automated vehicles and driver-assist systems, the latest developments in trucking equipment, transportation management software, telematics and mobile communications, data analytics, routing and navigation software, onboard video and more. Clevenger, currently based in Alexandria, Va., is a native of northwest Ohio. He is a 2005 graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
Seth visited the Behind the Wheels podcast and spoke with hosts Doug Mason, Dave Walters, and Mike Yagley all about electrification. Listen to them discuss its expected effects on weight/range and basic electric infrastructure development. Stream it now.
Seth also visited "Eyes on the Road," a trucking podcast by PrePass. He was joined by host Evan Lockridge to discuss the increasing number of fleets and owner operators that are equipping their trucks with on-board video cameras. Available now.
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