The Transportation Department's Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse needs better engagement from truck drivers and motor carriers.
Thought-provoking opinion pieces and articles by auto, transportation and trucking industry executives, consultants, researchers and analysts.
Unlike hospital workers and warehouse workers, truck drivers have very little access to bathroom facilities, shower services and food.
From new technology innovations to burgeoning trade wars, 2019 was an exciting -- and sometimes hectic -- year for the trucking industry.
Editor’s note: Written by Aaron Terrazas, director of economic research at Convoy, a digital freight network. This is one in a series of periodic guest columns by industry thought leaders. The American labor m...
As the trucking industry starts a new decade, it faces technological transformation, economic pressures, and shifting workforce dynamics.
Amazon's growth trajectory is high the company will remain competitive, but are other logistics providers bearing the brunt of Amazon’s competitiveness?
Chris Lankford Editor’s note: Written by Chris Lankford, vice president of engineering at NEXT Trucking. This is one in a series of periodic guest columns by industry thought leaders. One of the largest ...
Reducing the number of miles that carriers drive empty – also known as deadhead miles – could help the trucking industry drastically reduce waste costs.
Alastair Hayfield, research director with Interact Analysis, discusses hydrogen fuel cell trucks and where the technology is headed.
The Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse is a substantial step towards eliminating unqualified drivers and improving road safety, not just for truckers, but for all drivers.
In every industry, there are myths and urban legends. These are the three most common myths about the trucking industry, and why they are incorrect.