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OMAHA, Neb. — The contract imposed on railroad workers last fall didn’t resolve their quality-of-life issues, but already this year there are indications the major freight railroads are starting to address some of their concerns.
Amazon .com Inc. is selling a vacant Bay Area office complex purchased about 16 months ago, the company’s latest effort to unwind a pandemic-era expansion that left it with a surfeit of warehouses and employees.
Nearly 41,000 truck drivers tested positive for marijuana in 2022, a 32% increase over 2021, according to a report recently compiled from data in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse.
Toll increases this year in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York are frustrating trucking companies that are having to pass on costs in the form of higher freight charges.
Legislation that aims to allow young commercial drivers to transport freight from ports was recently introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Marten Transport reported higher fourth-quarter earnings, marking its 16th consecutive year-over-year increase.
Despite a significant slowdown in the second half of 2022, two major West Coast ports approached the record-setting pace they had in 2021.
A new Mesquite, Texas, business park has landed a major tenant, RJW Logistics Group, bringing more than 200 jobs.
Truck tonnage rose 3.8% in 2022 compared with 2021, posting the highest year-over-year gain in four years despite modest December results, American Trucking Associations reported.
Additional funding is available for officials seeking to modernize operations at small shipyard facilities around the country, the U.S. Department of Transportation recently announced.