A new Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) technology-based system aims to boost safety, save fuel and reduce emissions by “platooning” trucks,
Worldwide sales of alternative fuel vehicles will reach 14% of total truck sales by 2035, while global sales of vehicles with autonomous capability will grow from zero currently to 94.7 million
OTA member carrier Manitoulin Transport is said to be the first trucking company in Canada to be recognized by The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for becoming environmentally friendly.
More than one in three medium and heavy duty commercial trucks registered in the U.S. are now equipped with newer, cleaner emissions-free engines.
A new GE Capital survey of 413 executives with global responsibility for company fleets at middle-market firms reveals that nearly one-third (27%) expect to increase the size of their fleet
Some major shippers are actively encouraging carriers to embrace natural gas trucks as a way to help them meet corporate sustainability goals or lower transportation costs and in some cases, are offering inducements
Federal Transport Minister Lisa Raitt says she supports aerodynamic boat tail devices on heavy trucks and has informed CTA she will raise the issue with provincial counterparts