Legislation that would boost funding for federal transportation programs in fiscal 2022 was unveiled by leaders in the U.S. Senate on Oct. 18.October 19, 2021
In response to growing concerns associated with severe weather events linked to climate change activity, the U.S. Department of Transportation recently unveiled a comprehensive plan that pursues the administration’s aims for improving infrastructure.October 12, 2021
A highway project vital to the flow of freight and commuters in Colorado will receive additional federal backing, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced recently.September 28, 2021
A key corridor in Orange County, Calif., is the recent recipient of additional federal funding assistance to expand highway access in the region, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced recently.September 20, 2021
Truck drivers are key to ensuring the country’s economic prosperity and maintaining safety along the highways, said top officials at the U.S. Department of Transportation.September 16, 2021
Legislation that would boost funding for federal transportation operations in fiscal 2022 was approved by a U.S. House panel along party lines, setting up a vote in the chamber prior to the congressional August recess.July 19, 2021
Federal officials met with trucking industry representatives to discuss driver retention and supply chain issues July 8.
Government agencies at the federal and state levels have taken measures — including steps to facilitate truck movement — as a response to the cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has begun the process of undoing a set of Trump-era regulations that ground agency work with industry to a halt and threatened to slow adoption of major policy goals of the Biden administration.