The Transportation Department's Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse needs better engagement from truck drivers and motor carriers.
One way trucking can deal with topsy-turvy supply chains created by the coronavirus pandemic is to rely more on digital tools such as Uber Freight and Omnitracs.
While parts of the trucking and e-commerce industries experienced a surge in business as the coronavirus pandemic reached the U.S., the economic malaise is setting in.
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas explains 10 ways the coronavirus pandemic is changing the transportation industry and truck and car sales.
Unlike hospital workers and warehouse workers, truck drivers have very little access to bathroom facilities, shower services and food.
Mercedes-Benz plans a significant refresh for the Metris van. The mid-size van slots in below the German automaker’s Sprinter and is gaining sales traction in the U.S.
As it expands electric truck offerings, Daimler and partner Proterra unveiled a new all-electric delivery truck chassis at the Work Truck Show.
GMC wants to separate itself in the auto market by positioning the brand as a premium seller of pickup trucks and SUVs
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...