Tesla’s much anticipated “semi” was finally unveiled last week in Hawthorne, Calif.
OTA and car carrier members develop configurations that will help the Ontario-based trucking industry and auto manufacturing community stay competitive.
ATA unanimously approved its first-ever policy for the development of automated trucks covering safety, government, uniformity across state lines, infrastructure, and education.
Refrigerated motor carriers may need to adjust their trailer trade cycles in light of new food safety transportation rules that went into effect this year, argues one US trailer leasing specialist.
The Canadian Trucking Alliance submitted its 2018 Pre-Budget paper to the federal government, which prioritizes support and investment for enduring industry issues
One truck manufacturer exec says the digital supply chain will be the next big breakthrough in trucking productivity – even more so than electric or autonomous trucks.
The transportation technology for modern-day society to look like an episode of The Jetsons is already here, but the infrastructure and public appetite to support that kind of environment is a long way off,