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A report ranking U.S. states’ roads shows Iowa has the best and West Virginia has the worst.

Alternative Fuels

Following California’s push for zero emissions, New York’s governor outlined regulatory plans for the state to follow suit.


Retail volume for used Class 8 trucks saw a sizeable jump in August after a relatively flat July.


The average price of diesel fell for the 12th time in 13 weeks, dropping around seven cents to $4.889.

Transportation Department

Federal regulators are contemplating mandatory electronic IDs for all trucks to improve roadside inspections.

Robin Hutcheson has officially been confirmed as administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).

Press Release

The National Star Route Mail Contractors Association (NSRMCA) — which represents the interests of transportation firms that contract with the U.S. Postal Service — is pleased to announce that it has nominated two postal contractors for the 2022 Top Green Fleets award.


A federal judge ruled that Rhode Island’s truck-only toll unconstitutional, saying the fee was “enacted with a discriminatory purpose.”

Autonomous Vehicles

Federal regulators plan to study whether automated driving systems (ADS) can foster complacency in commercial drivers.


Texas had the largest number of truck-related fatalities in the nation by a wide margin, according to a new infographic.