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2 hrs ago | Heavy Duty Trucking
Consumers unexpectedly backed off on personal spending in July by just a bit, while income moved slightly higher, according to a new U.S. Commerce Department report, raising concerns that wages are not keeping up with household needs.
6 hrs ago | The Age
Road warriors: Rosalie Hann, Heather Jones and Rachael Williss of the Pilbara Heavy Haulage Girls.
6 hrs ago | Press-Telegram
COMPTON >> Today, truck drivers who carry goods in and out of the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles will discuss alleged “massive violations” during a truce with employers.
6 hrs ago | Trucker
Freightliner Trucks today announced that Team Run Smart Pro Henry Albert has received the Gary King Memorial Trophy for his three-year work with the Trucker Buddy International program.
DRIVERS MAY BE OFF THE ROAD SOON... AFTER STATE POLICE BUSTED A FORMER CHIROPRACTOR FOR ISSUING FAKE MEDICAL CARDS.
A Michigan truck driver already serving prison time for trying to hide evidence in a fatal Pickaway County crash pleaded guilty today to vehicular manslaughter.
On Tuesday, Minnesota's home care workers etched a new chapter in the state's history, alongside the miners who organized the Iron Range, the truck drivers who shut down Minneapolis in 1934 and the women who led landmark strikes by teachers in 1946 and 1970 and by nurses in 1984.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is implementing a system for monitoring parking availability at truck stops along a section of Interstate 94. Three rest areas on an Interstate 94 corridor to the west and northwest of the Twin Cities are equipped with the parking system to tell drivers if parking spaces are available.
The owners of two trucking companies admitted in federal court recently to violating imminent hazard out of service orders issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration more than two years ago.
An Indiana truck driver involved in a crash that killed five people on an interstate southwest of Chicago has been charged with reckless homicide.
A new survey asked thousands of truck drivers nationwide what makes them choose one job over another.
The summer doldrums appear to have kicked in on the spot freight market, with rates barely moving for the second straight week, according to the freight matching service provider DAT.
Trailer orders fell month-over-month in July, but were up 37% compared to a year ago, according to fictures from ACT Research.
In a statement this afternoon, New Jersey State Police released additional details regarding the fiery crash on Route I-280 that resulted in the three deaths this morning.
"She just said, 'I-35, 12th St., white truck,' and she was in a panic," Chad Woods, her son, says.
A developer planning to build what he said will be the "largest industrial speculative building ever built in the Atlanta-metro area" is one step closer to breaking ground on the project.
A coalition of industry groups is putting pressure on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to remove CSA safety scores from public view.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 12:56 pm
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