Despite negative economic indicators and slowing freight market, fleets follow through on new truck purchases to save on fuel and retain their best drivers.
The chill between House Democrats and President Trump over means federal spending to repair roads and bridges will wait until at least 2020.
California’s Air Resources Board plans to force all the shuttles serving the state’s 13 largest airports to transition to 100 percent zero-emission vehicles. But the regulatory agency is providing the compan...
Truckers argue for jettisoning the 30-minute rest break after eight hours behind the wheel as FMCSA hours-of-service rule changes near public release.
Waymo and other self-driving vehicle developers recommend that California adopt regulations for autonomous light-duty delivery trucks.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration want public comments before changing rules for automated trucking technology.
As the trucking industry and anti-tax groups battle over whether higher fuel taxes or tolls are the best way to fund highway building and repairs, other groups want a national road-user charge.
Many trucking companies have delayed a required electronic logging upgrade. That could take their drivers out of service in late December.
California plans a new set of regulations that will govern how autonomous delivery trucks can be tested and deployed on public roads.
Recreational vehicle maker Thor Industries successfully sues Thor Trucks for infringement to stop the electric truck startup from using Thor in its name.
The California Air Resources Board is negotiating new green truck requirements, saying more action is needed to reduce truck emissions to meet the state’s targets.