A timeline of landmark emission changes for U.S. heavy-duty trucks and engines since 2000.January 20, 2023
As the nation began easing its way out of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2022, activity on closely watched initiatives related to the trucking workforce heated up, while efforts to advance new laws for trucking fleets kept stakeholders engaged.
Dezjion Henson has wanted to be a truck driver his whole life. When he turned 18 last year, he jumped at the chance and signed on as an apprentice with Total Transportation of Mississippi in Richland.
Rhode Island and New York have tied for the top spot on Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety’s list evaluating states’ road safety enforcement efforts.
The trucking industry and other stakeholders are backing a White House proposal to streamline the environmental approval process for infrastructure projects.
For the trucking industry, 2019 was a year of transition, replete with regulatory victories and disappointments.
A year and a half into the Trump administration’s war against what it deems unneeded regulation, the legal record is coming into focus. And, according to law professors who follow regulation, it ain’t pretty.
The permitting process will get faster and more convenient next month for Michigan’s Lenawee County Road Commission staff and trucking firms.
A bid to ease Baton Rouge traffic problems by requiring big trucks to stay in the right lane during evening rush hour died April 25.
Montana cowboys are asking Congress to tap the brakes on federal horse trailer regulations they say could all but shut down participation in rodeos.