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  1. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced plans to conduct its fourth “National Survey of Speeding Attitudes and Behaviors” after evidence suggests drivers have been going faster on quieter roads during the pandemic. View the full article
  2. Less than two months before the country’s current highway policy law expires, congressional leaders and the White House are plodding through negotiations on a new highway bill. View the full article
  3. U.S. stocks briefly surpassed the all-time closing high reached before the coronavirus pandemic, propelled by surging technology shares. The dollar weakened, and Treasury yields rose to five-week highs. View the full article
  4. U.S. Class 8 retail sales in July cleared 14,000 for the highest total since March, WardsAuto.com reported as the freight economy grew stronger. View the full article
  5. Commercial trucking is making progress with sustainability, but obstacles and unknowns remain, according to a coalition of industry groups. View the full article
  6. Australian authorities detained at least two cargo ships for alleged labor violations related to demands from seafarers to be sent home, some of whom have spent more than a year at sea. View the full article
  7. An organization representing the Phoenix metropolitan area is conducting a study of truck parking issues in the region. View the full article
  8. Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO of Uber Technologies Inc., threatened to temporarily shut down service in California if it loses a drawn-out fight over a state law seeking to reclassify contractors as employees. View the full article
  9. Public agencies at all levels of government, including the ones related to transportation, should incorporate health considerations into policy decisions, a planning expert said. View the full article
  10. With little more than sketches and not fully baked prototypes, a crowd of electric vehicle startups have rounded up billions from investors. Can that fundraising engine drive a hydrogen-powered car? View the full article
  11. The trucking and freight economy appears to be doing better than the overall U.S. economy as fleets adjust to contend with supply chain changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. View the full article
  12. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin renewed a push for a more limited next-round U.S. pandemic relief package of “a little more than $1 trillion” on Aug. 12, saying that Democratic demands for spending more could be discussed down the road. View the full article
  13. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has again extended its emergency declaration relaxing hours-of-service rules for motor carriers that are providing direct assistance in support of coronavirus-related relief efforts. View the full article
  14. Tesla Inc. is splitting its richly valued shares in a 5-for-1 exchange, a move designed to make the stock less expensive for individual investors after the company became the world’s most valuable automaker. View the full article
  15. U.S. consumer prices rose in July by more than expected on a jump in auto and apparel costs, though inflation remained broadly muted as the pandemic suppressed demand. View the full article
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