Truck manufacturers told EPA that a zero-emission mandate without charging infrastructure to support it would fundamentally change trucking.
Trucking industry representatives and others have been tasked with evaluating unfair leasing practices by carriers against owner-operators.
Federal regulators have told Congress that assessing the safety impacts of ELDs has become a challenge.
Biden’s labor secretary pick says she’s ready to step in if West Coast dockworkers and their employers cannot resolve their remaining issues.
Propane haulers were unable to convince federal officials that a work-rule exemption could be provided without boosting crash risks.
Federal regulators are rolling out a rule proposal as a first step to potential new and costly requirements aimed at reducing truck crash fatalities.
Crash data for carriers entering the industry before the pandemic suggests a gradual deterioration in safety, according to a sample of federal data.
EPA is proposing stricter standards and revisions to move heavy trucks to zero-carbon beginning in model year 2027.