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Major driver layoff ahead after trucking terminal closes

A major trucking company has announced that they’ll be laying off dozens of truck drivers due to the closure of one of their Indiana facilities.
On May 18, Penske Logistics informed Indiana officials that they will be shutting down their Fort Wayne facility, resulting in a large number of layoffs.


Trucker helps couple after hit-and-run in blizzard

The Truckload Carriers Association has recognized a Melton Truck Lines driver as a Highway Angel after he helped a couple whose vehicle was pushed into his truck by another truck on a mountain pass during a blizzard.


Truckload of honey spills on I-80/94 near Chicago

Indiana State Police couldn’t resist the headline “Sticky situation on I-80/94” for its news release about a crash of a tractor-trailer loaded with honey this morning.


Trucker caught in middle of Iowa police chase

An unidentified truck driver wound up in the middle of a high-speed police chase in Des Moines, Iowa Tuesday afternoon, April 23.

WHO-TV reports police were chasing two suspects who lost control of their vehicle, slammed into the truck and flipped, which ended the chase. The suspects’ car was quickly surrounded by members of a tactical team.


Louisiana driver honored for aiding accident victims

A driver for Revere Transportation of Akron, Ohio, has been recognized for stopping to help after witnessing a vehicle lose control on icy roads and flip multiple times, ejecting the driver and a passenger. Christopher Lemaire of Erath, Louisiana, has been named a Highway Angel by the Truckload Carriers Association.


Federal report casts serious doubt on driver shortage

BLS contends that, though fleets struggle with driver retention, there’s little evidence of a shortage of those willing to drive a truck, pushing back against what it calls the “industry’s own account” that there’s a labor shortage in the long-haul trucking segment.


The U.S. roads where drivers talk on handsets most

Swerving, drifting out of lanes, driving erratically—what’s going on with those vehicles around you? Are their drivers talking on cell phones and operating distracted? If you’re traveling on a road from this particular list, that could be a good bet.


U.S. auto sector output boosts industrial production

U.S. industrial production rose in August, as strong output in auto manufacturing offset lacklustre production in the rest of the factory sector.

The Federal Reserve said on Friday industrial production rose 0.4 percent last month after an upwardly revised 0.4 percent increase in July.