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In the first full month of fall, the For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index dropped 2.3% on a seasonally adjusted basis, the American Trucking Associations reported.
The Senate introduced a companion bill to the House's measure designed to shore up more parking for truck drivers.
A buying binge of commercial trucks in October suggests that motor carriers still have the wind at their backs.
Here are the top three issues commercial drivers say they're encountering, according to truckers themselves in the American Transportation Research Institute's latest report.
Explore what the White House is doing to stir excitement, growth and productivity in the industry before considering how it might benefit you too.
It looks as though diesel prices will remain elevated for what's left of 2022 and heading into the new year, according to forecasts from the EIA.
After a dreadful September, business owners in October were back to hiring commercial truck drivers at a robust clip.
Nationwide, truck transportation employment totaled a seasonally adjusted 1.5 million in September. That's a dip of 11,400 jobs compared to the same time last year.
ATA's Bob Costello announced that the truck driver shortage now stands at roughly 78,000. That's a decrease of 4% from the trade group's prior estimate of 81,258 in 2021.
The Guaranteeing Overtime for Truckers Act would nullify the Labor Standards Act and require businesses to compensate drivers for longer-than-normal workweeks.
An increasing number of indicators within trucking suggest the recession is here — and is settling in.
Of the many overarching issues facing the trucking industry, stakeholders point to the rising cost of diesel as the most problematic of them all, according to a newly recent report.