Money Monday: Tonnage roars, capacity loosens, rates slip

The stress on capacity – caused by a short truck supply and increased freight demand — eased some in recent weeks, according to the latest roundup of industry indicators. Thus, rates have slipped in recent weeks.

FMCSA publishes required notice announcing 34-hour restart changes

FMCSA published Monday, Dec. 22, a notice announcing the suspension of enforcement of the two hours-of-service provisions rolled back by the 2015 appropriations act passed by Congress and signed by the president last week.

Counting down the top stories of 2014: No. 5

Every day between now and Christmas, CCJ will review one of the top 10 stories of 2014 based on number of page views at CCJDigital.com. Check back every day for an update to the list. No. 5: FMCSA announces intent to produce speed limiter rule Last March, the Federal ...

CCJ Photo Gallery: Christmas Trucking — ’70s style

Back in the day, you were hard-pressed to find much more than a cover of CCJ's sister magazine, Overdrive, devoted to the holiday season. But if you dig deep, there are some Christmas gems to be mined.

Counting down the top stories of 2014: No. 6

Every day between now and Christmas, CCJ will review one of the top 10 stories of 2014 based on number of page views at CCJDigital.com. Check back every day for an update to the list. No. 6: Carrier hit with multi-million-dollar judgment for lost load A U.S. ...

ICYMI Index: 6 numbers to catch you up on this week’s trucking news

Miss a few stories this week? Don't sweat — the ICYMI Index has you covered.

Rapid response: Keeptruckin, BigRoad update e-logging software

While many drivers are already familiar with the previous method, the challenge for the next few weeks may be to ignore the violations from their electronic logging applications until developers update the software code. That challenge has already been laid to rest by two developers.

CCJ Innovator: Door 2 Door Organics masters the art of home delivery

In August 2013, Door 2 Door Organics changed the process it uses to route deliveries to increase efficiency and set the stage for continued growth.

amp Trillium opens CNG station in Canton, Ohio

amp Trillium, a joint venture between ampCNG and Trillium CNG, has opened a public access compressed natural gas  station in Canton, Ohio, to serve Frito-Lay North America, the station’s anchor tenant. Frito-Lay North America selected Trillium CNG as a station partner to build public fueling infrastructure to serve its ...

Bridge between N.Y. and N.J., Chicago’s Circle top ATRI’s top 10 highway intersections for freight congestion

After assessing truck-oriented congestion at 250 spots on the U.S. highway system, the ATRI has unveiled a list of the top 10 highway intersections in the country for truck freight congestion. Here's what they found.

Counting down the top stories of 2014: No. 7

Every day between now and Christmas, CCJ will review one of the top 10 stories of 2014 based on number of page views at CCJDigital.com. Check back every day for an update to the list. No. 7: Navistar sued again for MaxxForce defects A class-action lawsuit in July ...

FMCSA publishes rule eliminating no-defect Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is scheduled to publish Thursday, Dec. 18, a Final Rule that will eliminate the requirement that truck drivers keep and submit Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports when no defects have been found.

Pilot Flying J’s Haslam asks court to dismiss lawsuit against him in fuel rebate case

Just a month after two carriers amended their lawsuits against Pilot Flying J to accuse the company’s head man Jimmy Haslam of leading a scheme to defraud carriers out of owed fuel rebates, Haslam has asked the court to dismiss the complaints against him.