Rush Enterprises bringing new CNG fueling system to market

At the ACT Expo in Dallas, Texas Monday, Momentum introduced the industry’s first complete compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel system solution for Class 6 to Class 8 trucks.

TCA presents Safety Professional of the Year award

Clare C. Casey Award winner Dean Newell, Maverick Safety Vice President, began his career with Maverick in 1985 as a driver.

Trucker strike ends at three Southern Calif. drayage companies, continues at fourth

Southern California truckers demanding reclassification as employees have quit striking at three of the four non-union drayage firms they began picketing last Monday.

Ryder among ‘America’s Best Employers’

Ryder System, Inc. has been named one of Forbes’ “America’s Best Employers,” ranking 62nd out of 500 on the list.

Proposed rule to amend medical qualifications for drivers with diabetes open for comment

A proposed rule in the Federal Register would amend the FMCSA’s medical qualification standards to allow drivers with insulin-treated diabetes mellitus (ITDM) to operate commercial motor vehicles in interstate commerce without seeking an exemption.

CCJ Indicators: Rates dip slightly, trailer builds increase, NAFTA freight grows

Rounding up recent trucking economic indicators: Rates slipped slightly as capacity rose, the trailer order market remains solid and trucking's share of cross-border freight continues to grow.

Mack showcases ‘ruggedized’ mDrive HD transmission

Mack officially showcased its latest automated-manual transmission offering to industry trade press this week. The transmission is a beefier version of Mack's original mDrive and packs an array of special new features.

Routing review: when will truck parking enter the equation?

Technology will have to move much faster than infrastructure to solve the truck parking problem, and that appears to be happening.

ATA requests 30-minute break exemption on certain hazardous materials loads

The American Trucking Associations has asked the Department of Transportation to grant hazmat haulers an exemption from the 30-minute break requirement of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s 2013 hours-of-service regulations.

Video log: CCJ’s Jack Roberts tests new Mack mDrive HD transmission

CCJ Equipment Editor Jack Roberts was in Allentown, Pa., April 30 testing out Mack's new mDrive AMT HD transmission. Below are three videos of his time with the transmission, in which he demonstrates the system, talks to Mack's VP of Marketing John Walsh and shows the system in action:  

SoCal port truckers’ strike continues, drivers demand reclassification

A protest to reclassify truckers at four California drayage firms from contractors to employees was noted during an April 29 congressional hearing — while picketing at LA area ports has expanded to downtown Los Angeles.

Trucking’s ‘7 million reasons’ for a long-term highway bill

An ad blitz ongoing in the D.C. area now, put in place by Trucking Moves America Forward, tells lawmakers there are '7 million reasons' for a long-term highway bill. Here they are.

House bill clarifies 34-hour restart rules suspension period, bars FMCSA from increasing carrier liability minimums

A bill introduced in the U.S. House this week would is passed further entrench the suspension of certain 2013 hours-of-service rules and block the DOT from proceeding with a rule to increase the minimum amount of liability insurance required of motor carriers.