Mack Trucks has become the fourth major truck manufacturer to bow out of the 2016 Mid-America Trucking Show, joining sister company Volvo Trucks, as well as Daimler Trucks North America and Navistar Inc.
The Top 100 Private Carrier list is out, and we'll be taking a deeper dive into the companies and assessing the impact of the driver shortage on the private carrier ranks in our Sept. 2 LiveOnWeb program. Watch a video preview.
"The Trucks are Killing Us." The latest diatribe from an anti-truck group? No, it's an op-ed piece in the New York Times by a longtime former trucking editor. Deborah Lockridge writes about it in her All That's Trucking blog.
Yesterday, our media blog featured how Katrina “shattered” the lives of one member and his family, a story by Field Editor Suzanne Stempinski and published in the March/April 2006 issue. Here’s the 10-year follow-up by Associate Editor Greg Grisolano.
Tropical Storm Erika is threatening Florida with its first hurricane since 2005, when Hurricane Wilma hit nearly two months after Hurricane Katrina. Nearly a decade later, the Florida Department of Transportation, other government agencies and people in affected areas are dusting off the cobwebs on the emergency evacuation process.
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