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

Sept. 22, 2014

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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Brian Straight | Managing Editor

Brian joined Fleet Owner in May 2008 after spending nearly 14 years as sports editor and then managing editor of several daily newspapers.  He and his staff  won more than two dozen major writing and editing awards. Responsible for editing, editorial production functions and deadlines.

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