FleetOwner Top 5 Stories of the Week - May 11th, 2024
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May 11, 2024
Local trucking operations continue to be challenged by the effects of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse. Work to reopen the Port of Baltimore and rebuild the bridge remains on schedule.
Recent data from FTR Transportation Intelligence and Q1 data from U.S. Bank confirm that freight rates, spending, and volumes are still down year over year.
Beginning May 14, law enforcement across North America will be focused on tractor protection systems and alcohol and controlled substance possession by commercial drivers. Here is how fleets can prepare and stay in service during International Roadcheck.
Both the Kenworth/Peterbilt parent and Daimler Truck say their order books are in fine shape well into the rest of the year.
With a plan to be ready for future fuel and power systems, DTNA has added Torc’s autonomous driving technology to an eCascadia, its flagship Class 8 EV. The OEM hopes the demonstration vehicle will help pave the way for self-driving technology on hydrogen-powered trucks.