Fuel card skimming is on the rise. Read Dan Calabrese's report on what trucking fleets can do to thwart cyber criminals who engage in this high tech theft.February 15, 2024
A familiar congested highway spot in Fort Lee, N.J., outside New York City, once again tops American Transportation Research Institute's list of the nation’s worst trucking chokepoints.
WASHINGTON — Two Biden administration-backed laws are enabling the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to expand its Clean Air Act authorities to transform the trucking industry.
The American Transportation Research Institute launched a survey seeking responses from both male and female drivers on barriers women face in pursuing driving careers.
The American Transportation Research Institute has initiated new research focused on female truck drivers and how more can be brought into the industry.October 26, 2023
Snarled traffic added $94.6 billion in costs to the trucking industry in 2021, up from $74.5 billion in 2016, according to a study by the American Transportation Research Institute.October 25, 2023
Experts say technology goes beyond greater efficiency in freight transportation. Autonomous truck developers and their industry partners see opportunities for this technology to improve road safety and create more desirable jobs for drivers.October 19, 2023
Andrew Boyle, co-president of Boyle Transportation, an Andlauer Healthcare Group company, knows the commitment that comes with being named chairman of American Trucking Associations. But he views it as an opportunity to serve.October 19, 2023
American Trucking Associations’ annual Management Conference & Exhibition in Austin will showcase insight, perspective and analysis meant to boost appreciation and understanding about the industry.October 19, 2023