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  1. Port workers across British Columbia formally went on strike on Saturday after negotiations supported by federal mediators failed to produce a deal to keep more than 7,000 employees on the job. […]View the full article
  2. An inflation index that is closely monitored by the Federal Reserve tumbled in May to its lowest level since April 2021, pulled down by lower gas prices and slower-rising food costs.View the full article
  3. TuSimple is exploring strategic alternatives for its U.S. operations, including a sale, which would see the self-driving truck technology provider focus on Asia-Pacific activities.View the full article
  4. Transport Topics' Trucking's Frontline Heroes is back for 2023! Together, we will celebrate the past and look forward to finding new heroes to be honored. How well do you know Trucking's Frontline Heroes? Play the Headlines Quiz to test your knowledge of our past honorees and score a free coffee! Let's Play!View the full article
  5. XPO driver Kolton Schultz credits his instincts for winning the 3-axle class and claiming grand champion honors at the Idaho Truck Driving Championships.View the full article
  6. Cummins has been testing its X15N engine in the U.S. for more than a month, a big step forward for its largest natural gas-powered, heavy-duty trucking powertrain in North America.View the full article
  7. The U.S. new car market is returning to pre-pandemic norms as supply chain issues resolve, forcing carmakers to ramp up deals to sustain sales growth.View the full article
  8. An 18-state coalition is backing the EPA in a legal action supporting California’s future strict emissions controls on medium- and heavy-duty trucks.View the full article
  9. A number of autonomous truck developers like Aurora have set up operations in Texas, allowing them to run test drivers and preview routes with their self-driving technology.View the full article
  10. As we head into the long weekend, it’s better to be a shipper than a carrier. At least if you’re relying on the spot market to find or move freight. […]View the full article
  11. A truck stop of the future designed to charge electric commercial vehicles will be built on Daimler Truck North America’s (DTNA) Redford, Mich., land near I-96. Dubbed a Mobility Charging […]View the full article
  12. The Teamsters union gave UPS Inc. a June 30 ultimatum in labor talks after walking away from discussions June 28, warning a nationwide strike “appears inevitable.”View the full article
  13. Longshore workers at B.C. ports are set to go on strike at 8 a.m. July 1, unless the International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada (ILWU Canada) and British Columbia Maritime […]View the full article
  14. Transportation providers can and should start to build a modern and sustainable maintenance maturity management plan. This guide outlines ways to rethink applied enterprise asset management practices to meet new levels of standards and expectations.View the full article
  15. The federal government is calling for proposals to increase awareness around zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs), lower-carbon options for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, and clean fuels. Funding will come under the Clean […]View the full article
  16. Manitoulin Transport came out on top of the ninth edition of Mastio’s Canadian LTL Carrier Customer Value and Loyalty Report. The 2023 report was based on interviews with 887 customers […]View the full article
  17. With the congressional August recess fast approaching, senior transportation policymakers are calling for passage of several big picture supply chain-centric bills.View the full article
  18. Bridgestone and Pilot have exceeded initial goals in developing a commercial fleet service network, opening more than 300 locations since the program was announced a year ago. Pilot’s travel center […]View the full article
  19. The spot market has become stuck in a stagnant bottom with market patterns preventing it from building back momentum.View the full article
  20. Showing resilience in the face of higher interest rates, the U.S. economy grew at a 2% annual pace from January through March as consumers spent at the fastest pace in nearly two years.View the full article
  21. Canada added 28,500 transport truck drivers in May, contributing to the 305,000 who were on the job – slightly above the annual average seen in 2022, Trucking HR Canada reports […]View the full article
  22. The Humboldt Broncos bus crash steered Mackenzie McKeown’s career toward improving truck driver training, occupational medicine, and public health and safety. The University of Saskatchewan PhD candidate, a Humboldt, Sask., […]View the full article
  23. CSX and CPKC railroads announced a deal June 28 that will allow them to beef up a little-used connection between their two networks in the southeastern United States to handle more freight.View the full article
  24. The Biden administration’s proposal to crack down on vehicle pollution with strict tailpipe emission limits isn’t achievable by 2032, according to an auto industry trade group.View the full article
  25. TuSimple, one of the pioneers in developing autonomous trucks, is now looking for potential buyers for its U.S. business – but wants to keep operations in the Asia-Pacific region and […]View the full article
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