The US DOT is asking Congress for authority to require carriers to pay drivers an hourly minimum wage for time spent on duty but not driving,
More than 20 leading women in Canada’s trucking industry joined together at the Truck World trade show in Toronto last week, participating in the inaugural meeting of Supporting Women in Freight Transportation.
The OTA’s Road Knights were in the thick in the action for the 25th Anniversary of the Halton Skills Competition at M.M. Robinson H.S. in Burlington.
A meeting between the Ontario Trucking Association, the Canadian Sikh Association (CSA) and members of the Sikh trucking community was held this past weekend as a way to bridge common issues and address universal industry concerns.
With capacity tightening and rates increasing, confidence among truckers remains high. Optimism for volume growth has risen steadily over the last six Transport Capital Partners surveys, says the analyst firm. Reflecting a better outlook for the economy at large, coupled with counter seasonal capacity shortages, more and more carriers expect volume increases over the next […]