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  2. Roland Bolduc, the reigning National Truck Driving Championships grand champion, is training around the clock with a goal of returning to the winner’s circle this summer.View the full article
  3. Roland Bolduc, the reigning National Truck Driving Championships grand champion, is training around the clock with a goal of returning to the winner’s circle this summer.View the full article
  4. Florida Trucking Association and truckers are celebrating a law signed March 24 by Gov. Ron DeSantis that ends frivolous lawsuits filed by unscrupulous attorneys.View the full article
  5. Ford Motor Co. plans to make driver-assistance features central to the next electric F-Series pickup — so much so that you might be able to take a snooze at 60 mph.View the full article
  6. Lovely piece, i can't agree anymore on the importance of geolocation in transportation management systems.
  7. The Georgia state Senate on March 23 approved a measure that would temporarily allow vehicles carrying forestry and agricultural products to weigh up to 88,000 pounds on Georgia roads.View the full article
  8. Farizon Auto, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co.’s new energy commercial vehicle brand, is considering raising as much as $300 million in fresh funds ahead of a potential U.S. initial public offering, according to people familiar with the matter.View the full article
  9. Ford Motor Co. projects its electric F-Series pickup factory under construction in Tennessee will ultimately produce half a million trucks a year, about 40% more than the company forecast in November.View the full article
  10. Walmart Inc. is cutting staffing levels at some e-commerce fulfillment centers in the U.S. as the nation’s largest private-sector employer steps up investment in automation.View the full article
  11. The safety and connectivity of the transportation system would improve with adoption of President Joe Biden’s fiscal 2024 budget request, Secretary Pete Buttigieg told senators March 23.View the full article
  12. North American transborder truck freight in January jumped nearly 13% year-over-year, according to Bureau of Transportation Statistics figures released March 22.View the full article
  13. As House Republicans prepare to consider a comprehensive energy proposal, the leader of the U.S. Senate insisted that the legislative package would not advance to the president’s desk.View the full article
  14. Canada and International Business Machines Corp. will announce a high-level agreement on expanding semiconductor cooperation on March 24, during President Joe Biden’s visit to Ottawa.View the full article
  15. A broad-based group representing motor carriers, truck manufacturers and truck dealers has launched a coalition intended to serve as a voice for key trucking industry stakeholders.View the full article
  16. Sales of new U.S. homes unexpectedly rose in February after a downward revision to the prior month, suggesting the housing market is beginning to stabilize after a tumultuous yearView the full article
  17. A vote on President Joe Biden’s choice to run the Federal Aviation Administration was delayed indefinitely March 22 in the face of an opposition blitz by Republicans, who say the nominee lacks enough experience in aviation to lead the agency, which is under pressure to stem a surge in dangerous close calls between planes.View the full article
  18. Renault SA is inviting investment banks to pitch for a role on the planned initial public offering of its Ampere electric vehicle business, according to people familiar with the matter.View the full article
  19. WASHINGTON — A bipartisan consensus that Congress should toughen railroad regulations emerged March 22 as senators heard fresh testimony on February's fiery hazardous train derailment.View the full article
  20. U.S. trailer orders fell just shy of 26,000 units in February, falling short of the year-ago total, ACT Research reported.View the full article
  21. In reviewing the connectivity of the country’s supply chain, the leader of the freight policy committee in the Senate called for modernizing transportation systems to improve safety.View the full article
  22. Construction has begun on a new commercial inspection and processing facility to make it easier and faster for truckers to bring freight through Anzalduas Port of Entry.View the full article
  23. The interpretation of a regulation by the Treasury Department could upend expectations for how tens of billions of dollars in new electric vehicle tax incentives will be distributed.View the full article
  24. WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve extended its yearlong fight against high inflation March 22 by raising its key interest rate a quarter-point.View the full article
  25. Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz signed legislation to crack down on catalytic converter theft in the state, the latest in a series of moves by state lawmakers to help residents combat what has become a nationwide problem.View the full article
  26. Port leaders from around the nation will be in Washington on March 27-29 for the annual Legislative Summit hosted by American Association of Port Authorities.View the full article
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