Eyeing heavy truck emissions, the FHWA has awarded nearly half of $622.57 million in new infrastructure grants to megawatt and kilowatt charging and hydrogen fueling projects.February 6, 2024
While federal officials were touting the latest round of electric charging infrastructure grants for cars in rural and other communities nationwide, there also was modest good news for trucking.
The U.S. Department of Transportation on Nov. 22 announced a tight deadline imposed in a final rule by the Federal Highway Administration for states to establish emission-reduction goals.November 22, 2023
Rising inflation appears to be taking a big bite out of funding for highway construction projects, according to the latest data from the Federal Highway Administration.November 20, 2023
Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores was awarded $4.8 million in federal funding to build electric vehicle charging stations at eight locations, the company announced Sept. 13.September 18, 2023
Up to $100 million in government grants is available for states and local governments to repair and replace broken electric vehicle charging infrastructure.September 13, 2023
A plan to charge motorists driving into midtown Manhattan in New York City was challenged by neighboring New Jersey, which seeks to block the proposal as unfair to commuters.
The head of the Federal Highway Administration said the vital role truckers play at ports is at the center of a $400 million grant program to help reduce emissions.April 27, 2023