Transportation businesses face a host of dynamic risk issues that can significantly impact their financial and operational health. The news in this category focuses on the latest safety and security initiatives, resources and regulations and addresses topics that include fleet safety, claims administration, driver hiring and retention, risk management and compliance.
A University of Nebraska road safety facility on Jan. 31 released the results of a test that's raising concerns about the safety risks heavy EVs pose if they collide with lighter vehicles.
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With the start of the National Truck Driving Championships qualifiers a couple of months away, elite truck drivers from New England are calling for colleagues’ support for one of their own.
Outgoing NHTSA Administrator Ann Carlson discussed issues surrounding changing technologies, including Tesla's Autopilot, Cruise robotaxis and ARC Automotive's air bag inflators.
OMAHA, Neb. — About 1,000 engineers and conductors who work for Norfolk Southern soon will be able to report safety concerns anonymously through a federal system without fear of discipline.
The Port of Baltimore for the 15th straight year has received a top U.S. Coast Guard security assessment for its six state-owned, public marine terminals.
Love’s Travel Stops is rolling out a planned $1 billion expansion of its truck stop network this year with new and remodeled stores that expand the offerings available to truck drivers.
Norfolk Southern’s Q4 profit fell 33% due to the ever-growing costs of the cleanup of last year’s derailment in eastern Ohio, but the railroad did deliver 3% more shipments in the quarter.
Federal trucking regulators plan to disqualify more than 15,000 physicians responsible for certifying that truck drivers are healthy enough to get behind the wheel.
SAN FRANCISCO — General Motors is facing a U.S. Justice Department investigation into a collision that critically injured a pedestrian and derailed its self-driving car ambitions.