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Vehicle automation to dramatically change trucking landscape in the coming decades, forecaster says
Used truck market to see flood of supply in coming years, prices expected to fall

Used truck market to see flood of supply in coming years, prices expected to fall

“Used truck supply goes a long way in determining the environment” for pricing, said Arrow Truck Sales President Steve Clough. “The supply of used trucks has already been determined based ...
Court seems to lean toward keeping ELD mandate in place, trucking attorney says

Court seems to lean toward keeping ELD mandate in place, trucking attorney says

“The panel was very suspect of the arguments that OOIDA was making and seemed to be much more in favor of the attorneys of the agency,” Scopelitis attorney Tim ...
Navistar CEO Troy Clarke lays out vision for trucking’s future in address at FTR

Navistar CEO Troy Clarke lays out vision for trucking’s future in address at FTR

By the year 2035, the U.S. will have 35 mega-cities connected by major freeways on which tractor-trailers operate in a self-driving autopilot mode, according to the vision offered by Navistar ...
CRST buys California-based Gardner Trucking in company's largest acquisition

CRST buys California-based Gardner Trucking in company’s largest acquisition

CRST projects the Gardner acquisition will add approximately $400 million in revenues to the company with its more than 2,400 drivers.
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Dysfunctional government a major obstacle for trucking industry, former ATA president Bill Graves says

Dysfunctional government a major obstacle for trucking industry, former ATA president Bill Graves says

“We’ve got to figure out how to pay for road and bridge construction in this country," Graves said. "To move this nation’s economy, we have to figure out a way ...
Carriers need to plan for potential global recession, transpo economists say

Carriers need to plan for potential global recession, transpo economists say

Despite strong headwinds from various sources, the U.S. economy continues to grow slowly, but carriers need to have a plan in place for the coming years should the economy reverse ...
ATRI, Mayo Clinic surveys seek carrier feedback on driver med exams

ATRI, Mayo Clinic surveys seek carrier feedback on driver med exams

ATRI and the Mayo Clinic say the research will indicate how effective the NRCME process is in improving the DOT physical process, as well as making sure medical examiners understand ...

U.S. diesel price flat in most recent week

The national average price for a gallon of on-highway diesel fell for the second straight week -- albeit, only slightly -- during the week ending Sept. 12, according to the ...
ATA, OOIDA ask FMCSA to extend public comment period on speed limiter rule
Indicators: ‘Trucking conditions’ improve on heels of better freight

Indicators: ‘Trucking conditions’ improve on heels of better freight

Freight growth, albeit slow, put upward pressure in July on FTR's Trucking Conditions Index, which measures market conditions for carriers.

Swift founder, CEO Jerry Moyes retiring at 2016’s end

Swift Transportation’s Jerry Moyes, founder and CEO of the country’s largest truckload carrier, will retire at the end of 2016, the company announced this week. Richard Stocking, Swift’s President and ...
Fitzgerald Gliders confident its kits will meet Phase 2 emissions standards

Fitzgerald Gliders confident its kits will meet Phase 2 emissions standards

Despite changes to how glider kits will be classified for emissions regulations compliance -- and new standards coming to bear for glider kit builders -- the glider industry will remain ...