American Trucking Associations is leading opposition to legislation in Congress aiming at recasting how certain commercial drivers are compensated.November 30, 2023
WASHINGTON — American Trucking Associations and other industry stakeholders have asked the governors of each state to use some of their extra federal funds to expand truck parking.
American Trucking Associations’ annual Management Conference & Exhibition in Austin will showcase insight, perspective and analysis meant to boost understanding about the industry.October 11, 2023
WASHINGTON — Automated vehicles would gain greater adoption with a nationwide policy framework, Chris Spear, president of American Trucking Associations, told members of Congress on Sept. 13.September 13, 2023
WASHINGTON — ATA President Chris Spear said trucking supports clean air initiatives but warned against efforts to compel businesses to use emerging vehicle technology before it's ready.June 22, 2023
WASHINGTON — Federal policymakers seeking to modernize freight industry vehicles should revisit efforts to repeal a long-standing excise tax on new trucks, the leader of American Trucking Associations told a Senate committee Feb. 15.February 15, 2023
The leader of American Trucking Associations will testify about fuel conditions across the surface transportation sector when he appears before a Senate panel Feb. 15. Here's your Capitol Agenda look at the week ahead for trucking on Capitol Hill.February 13, 2023
Truck tonnage inched up year-over-year in November, but for the second consecutive time declined on a month-to-month basis amid a tepid seasonal environment, American Trucking Associations said with the release of its monthly For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index.December 20, 2022