Infrastructure in Plains states such as North Dakota, Kansas and South Dakota in better shape than Northeast states such as New Jersey, Connecticut and Rhode Island, according to annual highway study by Reason Foundation.
Results of a trucker survey and engineering proposals will help Ontario's Ministry of Transportation figure out how to best add more truck parking and trucker amenities along its southern highways.
Rise in e-commerce and crumbling infrastructure are jamming up freight flows.
American Transportation Research Institute releases annual list of that ranks the 100 worst bottlenecks for trucks on U.S. highways.
Pilot test of mileage-based user fees for commercial vehicles will begin next year along U.S. East Coast.
Group’s new 63-page report also notes that a universal vehicle registration fee could generate much-needed infrastructure monies as well.
DOT secretary tells truckers their voices are being heard