Starting next month, the Maine Turnpike Authority (MTA) will increase tolls for passenger and commercial vehicle drivers who use the Maine Turnpike.
The White House says that three of the nation's largest carriers of goods are committed to operating around the clock to ease the strain on the nation's supply chain.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that per diem rates will be increasing next month.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has filed a complaint a fuel card company and its CEO for allegedly duping customers out of hundreds of millions of dollars worth of "mystery fees."
Uber Freight announces blockbuster $2.25 billion acquisition and ‘a new era of logistics management’
On Thursday morning, Uber Freight announced plans to acquire one of the largest managed transportation and logistics networks in the world.
Legislation that could significantly increase minimum liability insurance requirements for motor carriers has been reintroduced.
In just a few more days, a toll increase will go into effect on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Transportation officials in Kentucky are planning to put federal grant funds to use in catching truckers who failed to pay their Heavy Vehicle Use Taxes (HVUT).
Hundreds of thousands of dollars are owed to several trucking companies after a Texas motor carrier filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. FALC Enterprises of El Paso, Texas filed...
A new study released by University of Central Arkansas (UCA) in Conway reports that if the FMCSA mandates hair follicle testing, nearly 300,000 truck drivers would be out of a job.
C.R. England Inc. recently announced that they have agreed to pay out nearly $38 million to a group of truck drivers who say that they were misled into entering into a lease-to-own program with financial terms that made it tough for them to succeed.
Amazon has released a trial version of its new digital freight brokerage platform that is threatening to turn the trucking industry on its head.
This week, a federal judge dismissed a trucking industry lawsuit meant to push back against Rhode Island's controversial truck-only tolling program.