The term “truck stop” may become a thing of the past as new self-driving truck technology makes its way into the industry . . .
Project Portal at the Port of Los Angeles tests the feasibility of using hydrogen-powered semis to move freight. At major ports, diesel-fueled drayage trucks that move cargo containers around belch large amounts of emissions . . .
U.S. ports are starting to build up their own response to the big global shipping alliances. Federal regulators have given the green light to the port authorities of Georgia and Virginia to discuss coordinating their operations, a potentially critical step in response to the . . .
The country’s infrastructure again received a near-failing grade from the American Society of Civil Engineers, highlighting a lack of improvement four years after the group’s last assessment . . .
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