This spring, the White House announced the launch of the FLOW program which is designed to improve supply chain relationships through a data-sharing exchange. With supply chain stakeholders participating in this program, will the government be able to assist in fixing an industry that is largely privately held?
A T880S mixer fueled by compressed natural gas and a T880 dump truck take to the course at Dirtfish in Snoqualmie, Wash., during Kenworth Truck Co.'s ride and drive of vocational vehicles July 21, 2017.
ACT Research President Kenny Vieth and ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello discuss takeaways from the July 20, 2017, ATA Economic Summit with TT's Ari Ashe. The summit brought together economists from various industries.
Werner Enterprises CEO Derek Leathers discusses trucking's shifting business climate with TT's Daniel Bearth, part of our July 12 LiveOnWeb program on the 2017 Transport Topics Top 100 For-Hire Carrier rankings.
ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello talks with TT's Daniel Bearth about the shifting business climate for trucking, part of our July 12 LiveOnWeb program on the 2017 Top 100 For-Hire Carrier rankings. (Joseph Terry/Transport Topics)
On the heels of our newly released Top 100 For-Hire Carrier rankings, TT's Seth Clevenger and Daniel Bearth hosted a LiveOnWeb looking at the shifting business climate ahead for the industry, featuring two trucking CEOs and ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello. (Joseph Terry/Transport Topics)
TT Managing Editor Lorrie Grant chats with government reporters Eugene Mulero and Eric Miller to recap the year so far in congressional and regulatory news that impact trucking, and looks ahead at the final six months. (Joseph Terry/Transport Topics)
TT Managing Editor Lorrie Grant and Managing Editor/Features Seth Clevenger take a midyear look at trucking and technology, and discuss the upcoming ELD mandate, autonomous driving developments and more.
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TT's Seth Clevenger is joined by ATA President and CEO Chris Spear and consultant Richard Bishop to address the progress toward autonomous driving -- how soon will it become a reality and in what form?
Barring something catastrophic, Rep. Sam Graves (R-Mo.) says the House will definitely produce an infrastructure bill this year, and while everything's on the table, he tells TT's Eugene Mulero "it will be hard to pass a gas tax in this Congress."
In a special Reporter Roundtable edition of LiveOnWeb, TT Congressional Reporter Eugene Mulero will look back at Infrastructure Week with the help of 3 Capitol Hill watchers: Jacob Fischler of CQ Roll Call, Kathryn Wolfe of Politico Pro and Melanie Zanona of The Hill.