Despite a chronic trucking industry shortage of drivers, the ranks of women truck drivers shrank by 20,000 in 2015, according to federal employment data.
Analysis from the American Transportation Research Institute finds that, for the first time, truck driver wages make up a larger percentage of costs than fuel.
The rate of trucking industry consolidation this year has fallen off its torrid 2015 pace, but analysts expect the frequency of mergers and acquisitions to pick up speed next year.
Walmart, Volvo, Shell and others are dreaming up futuristic trucks that blend form and eco-friendly function.
Volkswagen's truck division will invest $256 million in Navistar and appoint two directors to Navistar's board. The deal gives VW a 16.6 percent stake in Navistar.
Truck startup Nikola Motor reveals plans for a vertically integrated network of solar farms, green manufacturing plants and hydrogen fueling stations to power semi-trucks.
Navistar’s International ProStar trucks run risk of electrical issue that could cause sudden power loss and stalled engines.
Sometimes, truth is stranger than fiction. Just check out these trucks — some shaped like coffee pots or toes, others blinged out like brides.
Trade group Calstart says in a new white paper that there are 255 suppliers of low-carbon tech for large vehicles nationwide.
Ongoing innovation in intelligent trucking addresses concerns about fuel efficiency and government regulations.
Toyota, Nissan and other Asian automakers dominate U.S. sedan sales and do well in midsize pickups. So why can’t they catch a break with full-size trucks?