The U.S. Department of Transportation Office of Inspector General said an investigation determined the crash resulted from faulty tractor-trailer brakes.
Truck drivers operating in Connecticut could face $75 fines for not removing snow and ice from their vehicles, beginning in 2013.
Payroll employment for the industry was 3,200 lower than what the government reported last month for March.
The Kentucky state police report says another truck driver estimated the driver was traveling at 80 mph.
Commercial trailer net orders have posted year-over year growth for six consecutive months.
Now half of the states prohibit texting while behind the wheel in some form.
There's been little to no coverage of a big portion of Nashville's industrial and transportation base, much of it situated along rail tracks north and south of the Cumberland River and east of downtown, that was ...
Things continue wet, here, for anyone near the banks of the flooded Cumberland River, which reached levels not seen since well before flood-control efforts largely made it manageable since the last major event in the ...
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