Rep. Peter DeFazio, who referred to truck drivers as heroes, pushed for an investment in the nation’s infrastructure as the next phase of COVID-19 relief.
Freight and rates are up, but a drop in rates could be coming soon. Also, we’ll explain how the second COVID-19 stimulus bill could affect your business.
Featured: Coronavirus, News
Land Line Media provides a timeline of the events related to the coronavirus dating back to Dec. 31, when the first reports came out of China.
January NAFTA freight kicked off the year on a positive note, especially for trucking freight, which experienced the only month-to-month increase.
Truckers, got a kid stuck at home amid the COVID-19 outbreak? Have them get creative and enter Land Line’s Trucking in America poster contest.
COVID-19, Federal, News
In order to clarify its emergency declaration, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration answered more frequently asked questions on its website.
Shutdowns and stay-home orders due to COVID-19 appear to be easing congestion issues in some of America’s worst bottlenecks, ATRI data says.
Eight more states have either issued a new stay-at-home order or expanded a previous order in an attempt to slow down the spread of COVID-19.
Opinion, Products & Services
Trucking tax expert Barry G. Fowler cautions truckers against taking full advantage of the extension to file their income taxes.
COVID-19, Truck Parking
With rest areas being the responsibility of states, the federal government is encouraging state officials to keep them open during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Good news isn’t as much of a unicorn as you would think it is these days with the coronavirus pandemic upsetting everything, says Staff Writer Wendy Parker.
Products & Services
Truckload rates rose last week as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic began to be felt in North America, reports DAT Solutions.
FMCSA has released additional guidance and clarification regarding drug and alcohol testing amid the COVID-19 coronavirus national emergency.