Tagged: American Trucking Associations

Improved Safety Key to Getting Women Drivers

Improved Safety Key to Getting Women Drivers

Transportation

Trucking industry officials have been concerned for years about the driver shortage. But one possible solution — recruiting more women drivers — can’t happen without help from Congress, one industry official said. read more >

The Future of Truck Driving

The Future of Truck Driving

Technology & TelecomTransportation

In the midst of the annual consternation about driver shortage are the growing research and interest in autonomous vehicles. Have trouble finding drivers? Use a truck that doesn’t need one. read more >

'Truck Dating' App Woos Elusive Drivers

'Truck Dating' App Woos Elusive Drivers

Transportation

Truck Drivers USA launches a platform to connect companies and drivers on its website, matching applications with companies that are looking for drivers with similar qualifications. read more >

Truckers Seek Access to Early Vaccines

Truckers Seek Access to Early Vaccines

Health CareTransportation

The American Trucking Associations in Washington, D.C., is lobbying to ensure the nation’s drivers aren’t forgotten where the coronavirus vaccine is concerned. read more >

PAM: Lawsuit Threatens Driver Wage Model

PAM: Lawsuit Threatens Driver Wage Model

LegalTransportationCover Story

PAM Transport Inc. of Tontitown is fighting a class-action lawsuit brought in 2016 that it said could send shock waves through the trucking industry and radically change the way drivers are paid. read more >

Arkadelphia Is Costly Clog for Truckers

Arkadelphia Is Costly Clog for Truckers

Transportation

Arkadelphia sits on Interstate 30 and Highway 7 and has a total of only 83 highway miles within its metropolitan area. Its truck traffic problems are well known and will undoubtedly get worse after Shandong Sun Paper Industry opens a $1.3 billion pulp mill plant in a few years. read more >

Trucking and Trump: An Infrastructure Match

Trucking and Trump: An Infrastructure Match

Transportation

The American Trucking Associations wasted little time reacting to Donald Trump's victory in the presidential election. The industry has been a proponent of improving the nation's infrastructure, which Trump said he wants to do. read more >