A Michigan-based trucking company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week, adding to a growing list of failing trucking companies in the...
New York State Police (NYSP) released the results from a weeklong special enforcement effort to curb bridge strikes.
A group of truck drivers terminated by their company have banded together to sue the company on the grounds of race discrimination.
While investigating a multi-vehicle crash this morning, Georgia police spotted a log book violation that put a truck driver out of service....
As an intense tropical storm bears down on the eastern seaboard, transportation authorities in New York have issued a ban for some trucks on NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) bridges.
On Thursday, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published their long-awaited Hours of Service Final Rule.
A Canadian trucking company and affiliates once featured on a popular reality TV show will close after having lost more than $18 million in the past two years.
This week, the Washington Supreme Court ruled in favor of state transportation officials and against two trucking companies in the case of a 2013 bridge collapse involving an oversized load.
A Florida driver caught the moment that a semi truck was blown onto a passenger vehicle on Friday night.
A Maryland man has pled guilty to fraud charges after he allegedly rerouted and stole more than 1000 payment checks from trucking companies and freight brokers.
North Dakota police say that a semi truck driver is to blame for collapsing an historic bridge in Grand Forks yesterday.
Federal authorities say that a man has pled guilty to charges related to a human smuggling scheme that took place at south Texas truck stops.
Tennessee-based trucking company Beacon Transport announced that they will be offering up a pay increase for truck drivers with multiple levels of experience.
Walmart appears to have cracked the code to hiring and retaining hundreds of new truck drivers in amid a 'driver shortage' -- and their revolutionary new plan starts with paying them more money.
This week, a group of truck drivers came together to help a woman who was threatening to leap off of an overpass onto a busy freeway below.
Thus far in its 26-year history, one Eastern Oklahoma transportation company has taken itself from a single truck to a fleet of 160 power units – and continues to grow.