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CARB announces funding for zero-emission trucks

The California Air Resources Board has made available more than $90 million for fleets transitioning to zero-emission trucks. Find out the details.

Federal, News

FMCSA administrator: Compensation, lack of parking among root causes of truck crashes

FMCSA Administrator Robin Hutcheson said the agency is looking at root causes of crashes to improve safety on the highways.

News, State

Utah bill proposes stiffer penalties for road rage

A Utah interim legislative panel has forwarded a bill for consideration to address concern about road rage on state roadways.

Crime & Courts, News

Man pleads guilty in truck emission-defeating scheme

Another domino has fallen in an emission-defeating scheme that involved two trucking companies. Find out details of the scheme.

News, State

Another Iowa county enacts bird flu disaster proclamation

There are now seven counties in Iowa that have issued bird flu emergencies. All were a result of confirmed positive cases by the USDA.


New York City will redesign its truck routes

After a half century of remaining virtually the same, truck routes in New York City will be updated. Find out what’s in store in the Big Apple.

Federal, News

Safety fitness comments due Wednesday, Nov. 29

FMCSA is considering changes to how a motor carrier’s safety fitness is determined. The public has through Wednesday, Nov. 29 to comment.

News, State

North Carolina law boosts punishment for cargo theft

A new law in North Carolina is intended to boost the deterrence of truck, rail or container cargo theft through stiffer punishment.

Fuel prices, News

Streak of lower fuel prices hits one month

Fuel prices are lower for the fourth consecutive week, according to, AAA and EIA reports. How much is diesel in your region?

News, State

Wisconsin Senate backs certain heavier truck loads

The Wisconsin Senate approves bills touted to reduce trucks on roadways in exchange for permitting certain heavier truck loads.