September 22, 2014: Navistar still has work to do; a dying breed; grain trucks putting school children at risk

September 22, 2014: Navistar still has work to do; a dying breed; grain trucks putting school children at risk

Here is a look at what is happening in the world of transportation this morning: 

  • Crain’s Chicago Business updates readers on Navistar, suggesting the company has stopped the bleeding, but remains in a struggle.
  • The Motley Fool takes a look at why Cummins’ stock price has remained relatively flat this year in this financial anaylsis.
  • Road rage? Not in these two states, which have been ranked as having the nicest drivers in the country, according to a new survey reported on by the Park Rapids Enterprise.
  • The Pennsylvania DOT is warning motorists and truckers alike that it has shut down an exit ramp on Interstate 76 for two months for a construction project, according to NBC 10.
  • The future looks bleak for the iconic U.S. Postal Service mail truck, says the Day of New London.
  • Officials in Arizona are looking as ways to reduce the number of crashes along Interstate 17, including adding more lanes to the highway, says the Mohave Valley Daily News.
  • Automotive Business Review reports on a new edition to GM’s Sierra family – the Elevation Edition.
  • North Montgomery, IN, is having major problems with grain trucks failing to stop for school buses and some are worried children’s lives may be at risk, says the Journal Review.

 

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