Recent commerce patters have drawn more focus to regional trucking, as opposed to long-haul jobs.
When examining the trucking industry for signs of strength, it pays to parse multiple economic indicators.
Could the era of clean, electric trucks finally be dawning for carriers?
Here are three recent developments involving rulings by the FMCSA.
Industry leaders have praised the Senate's ongoing focus on trucking safety.
Trucking employment in March hit a high, erasing a January loss. Despite these high numbers, some fleets are still in the jaws of a talent crunch.
The I-85 collapse is a great signal that it's time to think about emergency routing for trucks.
With FDA rules in place, what extra steps do truckers have to take?
There's a new concept brewing in the world of truck cab lighting: simulated daylight.
What does it take to hire and retain millennials, who are needed to bolster the aging trucking industry?
Alternative fuels are almost ready for trucking, but is trucking interested in them?
There is a lot of work to be done on America's roads and bridges.
With two months in the books, it's time for another predictive look at 2017's truck sales numbers.
Volvo's strategies to reduce emissions include a hybrid powertrain for Class 8 trucks.
Fleets that haven't finalized their ELD mandate strategies should not wait until December to get in compliance.
Trucking and mobile data have never been more connected, and they're getting closer all the time.
A new program at Purdue is designed to realize three new kinds of efficiency increase for Class 8 trucks.
Security preparedness has become a topic of interest as the Internet of Things grows to encompass trucks.
There isn't enough data to form a complete picture of 2017, but trucking seems set for a strong year.
December, as usual, proved a busy time for the buying and selling of Class 8 trucks.