USPS temporarily halts deliveries in California neighborhood following assaults on carriers
In "an unusual, but necessary step to protect" its employees, the U.S. Postal Service stopped deliveries in a Santa Monica neighborhood where carriers have been repeatedly assaulted. Local police blame historic officer vacancies for a rise in crime.
April 13, 2022
I-81 reopens after massive Pennsylvania pileup; death toll now at 6
Pennsylvania State Police confirmed the pileup near Minersville involved 39 commercial vehicles.
March 30, 2022
Trucking economists ponder impact of Russia's war on Ukraine
When Vladimir Putin sent his army into Ukraine last month, he didn’t just launch the first attack on a sovereign nation on European soil since 1945. He also put the global economy’s recovery from 2020’s COVID-19 recession in jeopardy.
March 9, 2022
Cyber attack forces Toyota to stop car, truck production as industry players cut ties with Russia
Auto giant Toyota shut down its Japanese plants this week after one of its suppliers was hit with a crippling ransomware attack. Hino Trucks was one of the brands impacted.
March 2, 2022
How the war in Ukraine will impact trucking and logistics
In the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine fleets can expect inflation, some hiccups in semiconductor production and a media blitz around anyone showing competent leadership during the crisis.
March 2, 2022
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Cummins set to acquire Meritor for $3.7 billion
The two companies have entered into a definitive agreement under which Cummins will pay about $3.7 billion to acquire Meritor.
February 22, 2022
Ford Viizr cuts paperwork, improves small business efficiency
Ford Viizr reduces small business headaches like paperwork and streamlines workflow like billing, scheduling and managing requests.
February 15, 2022
Highway fatalities continued upward trend through third quarter 2021
New data released by NHTSA shows highway fatalities through the third quarter of 2021 were the highest in 15 years. Also: FMCSA's third-party CDL tester guidance; Pilot now selling certain GNC health products.
February 2, 2022
Winter storm closing interstates; more to come through Friday
"Plan now for prolonged hazardous winter weather conditions and disrupted travel."
February 2, 2022
OSHA Withdraws Vaccine-or-Test Mandate for Businesses
The withdrawal follows the U.S. Supreme Court issuing a stay January 13 to block the standard from taking effect.
January 25, 2022
OSHA withdraws vaccine, COVID testing mandate
While SCOTUS's ruling against the vaccine mandate this month was a blow to the mandate, OSHA's formal withdrawal of its ETS effectively puts the issue to bed.
January 25, 2022
SCOTUS spikes Biden vaccine mandate but issue not fully put to bed
Now that the Supreme Court has reinstated a temporary injunction against the controversial COVID vaccine mandate, the case is heading back to a lower court that, though unlikely, could save the rule. Plus, OSHA could make the rule permanent.
January 13, 2022
Female recruiting efforts growing during driver shortage
Women in Trucking is noticing more companies stepping up recruiting efforts towards women as the ongoing labor shortage continues to make it more challenging to find drivers.
January 12, 2022
Vax mandate hearing at U.S. Supreme Court starts Jan. 7
The Biden administration's controversial vax mandate will be challenged in the U.S. Supreme Court starting Jan. 7. Meanwhile, OSHA citations for non-compliance are set to begin Jan. 10.
December 29, 2021
ATA joins vax mandate appeal at U.S. Supreme Court
The American Trucking Associations joined with over two dozen business groups to file an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court following the reinstatement of President Joe Biden's controversial vaccine mandate.
December 22, 2021
Former Roadrunner CFO gets two years for securities fraud
Peter Armbruster was convicted this summer on four counts of violating federal securities laws.
December 1, 2021
Legal challenges freeze vaccine mandate for now
Over half of the nation's states have contested the Biden administration's vaccine mandate which has been put on hold following a court-ordered emergency motion.
November 10, 2021
Randall-Reilly appoints Matt Reilly as new CEO
Matt Reilly is a three-time CEO who brings more than 25 years of relevant experience in technology and business services to his new role. Most recently, he led a data science company in the marketing technology industry.
February 25, 2021
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Alt fuel ACT Expo rolls out the red carpet for fleets
Will increased private and public investments lure more fleets to all-electric trucks and other alt fuel vehicles?
Rivian CEO: Chip shortage won't compare to battery shortage
Prices for popular Ford Maverick pickup soar as chip shortage plays on
Chevy launches first pursuit-rated Silverado
Ford Maverick gets ARE work cap and Kargomaster rack