Meritor and TransPower will provide electric technology for medium- and heavy-duty trucks that could hit the market by spring 2018.
Orders for new trucks in the heaviest Class 8 weight segment dropped in November, but continue to significantly outperform last year’s sales.
Trucking companies, industry trade and environmental groups weighed in on the EPA's plan to ease new emissions rules for gliders.
Intermodal Bridge Transport violated federal law by misclassifying its drivers as independent contractors instead of employees, the NLRB ruled.
As the U.S. Postal Service tests five new prototypes for its next mail delivery truck, environmental groups and others are urging it to pick an electric vehicle.
Navistar is recalling nearly 900 commercial and school buses because of brake hose issues, while Daimler is recalling more than 900 school buses over fuel line problem.
Tesla may find an obstacle on its road to electric and autonomous trucking — truckers.
The amount of freight hauled by the trucking industry in October rose 9.9 percent year-over-year, the largest increase since December 2013.
A move by the Environmental Protection Agency to ease new emissions regulations known as the Greenhouse Gas Emissions, or GHG, Phase 2 rule for part of the trucking business has set off a fight within the industry.
October freight volume, rates and trailer orders point to a trucking industry upswing, according to ACT Research.