Toyota, Nikola, Peterbilt and others try to push trucking toward hydrogen fuel cells, but skepticism remains strong
Electric buses, trucks and other medium- and heavy-duty vehicles face hurdles but are gaining traction.
Panelists at the ACT Expo in Long Beach say the economic and safety case for platooning is clear and adoption is possible after 18 months.
Executives from Navistar, Daimler, Kenworth, Mack and Peterbilt discussed potential rollbacks in greenhouse gas policy at ACT Expo in Long Beach.
Workhorse Group, which just unveiled its W-15 electric pickup truck, says it has 5,000 non-binding orders, enough to launch production in 2018.
Hyperloop projects proposed recently in the Middle East, Indonesia and across the U.S. have skeptics wondering: Is this transportation a totally tubular cargo carrier or an expensive solution to a nonexistent problem?
Mountain View platooning startup Peloton wins $60 million in financing from Intel Capital, Lockheed Martin, UPS Strategic Enterprise, Volvo Group and more.
Commercial vehicles aren’t the only mode of transportation that can be automated, but when it comes to urban spaces, such self-driving trucks and delivery vans will be the early movers in the autonomous driving revolution, according to panelists at the Empire State of Mobility Conference in New York.
Modeled after commodities exchanges for gold, wheat and oil, TransVix will allow shippers, carriers, brokers and speculators to hedge against or bet on volatility by trading futures contracts
The USPS is being targeted by a Republican Congress for a refresh. The resulting streamlined agency could be in a better position to compete with UPS and FedEx, especially as e-commerce demand grows.