Ryder plans to serve as the operator of Embark's future nationwide network of transfer points where freight would move from autonomous long-haul trucks to driver-enabled trucks for first- and last-mile delivery.
Hydrogen fuel-cell truck development isn’t as close to commercial viability as battery-electric, but it has advanced by leaps and bounds in the past few years.
The new HDTs will help increase the U.S. Army's operational effectiveness and readiness, while supporting mobility, counter-mobility, survivability, and sustainment operations for the Joint Force.
National Transportation Safety Board’s Rob Molloy responds to the alarming increase in roadway crashes and the board’s “most wanted” recommendations to prevent them.
Virginia is investing in renewable propane by converting 49 vehicles from gasoline to run on cleaner, low emissions energy source.
The North American Council on Freight Efficiency’s Run on Less Electric event shows that 5.2 million trucks could be electrified today.
A study by Witricity shows how fleets can adapt their charging model to business workflows by bringing the charge to EVs where they are.
Western Star introduced the 47X vocational truck, a lighter-weight complement to the Western Star 49X.
The Via Mobile360 Heavy Equipment Safety System leverages its technology to provide operators of mining, excavation, and construction vehicles with real-time alerts.
The latest release of Mitchell 1's Manager SE Truck Edition truck shop management software includes new fleet management and communication features.
Peterbilt will display its lineup of medium-duty work trucks at The Utility Expo show in Louisville, Kentucky, from September 28-30.
This is the next generation of International’s medium-duty vehicles, reimagined from the ground up to advance performance, safety, and uptime.
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