The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded Ohio with a multi-million dollar grant to fund a large-scale automated truck project.
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This week, a major fleet management solutions provider announced that they would lay off hundreds of workers due to financial struggles triggered by the Coronavirus outbreak.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) recently debuted an online repository that gives users quick access to all active emergency declarations in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
Users of a popular Electronic Logging Device (ELD) have just a few months to find a new provider after the company says that they'll discontinue the service.
Swedish driverless truck tech startup Einride has released video demonstrating how one person at a remote location can control multiple cargo trucks.
This week, the founder of one of the most high profile autonomous trucking startups announced that he is permanently shutting down operations.
A Missouri-based trucking company has entered into a multi-year pilot program with a trucking technology company that provides "human-guided autonomous convoying."
Numerous truckers have reported that they were unable to fuel cards Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, forcing some drivers to shut down.
A Tesla owner shared dash cam video of a collision with a truck that he said was the fault of the car's Autopilot system.
A group of U.S. Senators have written a letter to Google, Apple, and Waze to demand that they update GPS applications in hopes of keeping too-tall trucks off of parkways.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) new Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse is off to a rocky start as a flood of new users crashed the website site and made it all but impossible for employers to complete the newly required background checks.