MEMPHIS, Tennessee – The Tennessee Department of Transportation contract crews will be closing the I-55 Mississippi River Bridge this weekend to continue construction activities on the I-55 and Crump interchange. Activities include repair work on the I-55 bridge and removal of overhead sign structures. All work is weather-dependent.

Saturday, February 3, 5:00 am through  Monday, February 5, 6:00 am

  • I-55 SB will be closed at Bridgeport Road in Arkansas
  • I-55 NB will be closed at South Parkway* in Tennessee

*Local traffic will be allowed to continue to the McLemore exit

  • I-55 SB ramp will be closed
  • Crump Boulevard WB will be closed

A detour will be posted. 


From your desktop or mobile device, get the latest construction activity and live-streaming SmartWay traffic cameras at Travelers can also dial 511 for travel information, or follow us on Twitter at for statewide travel or West Tennessee follow


As always, drivers are reminded to use all motorist information tools wisely and Know Before You Go! by checking travel conditions before leaving for your destination. Drivers should never tweet, text, or talk on a cell phone while behind the wheel.





Nichole Lawrence | Region 4

Community Relations Officer

300 Benchmark Place

Jackson, Tennessee 38301

  1. 731-935-0318 c. 731-225-6041


This past week, safety was the topic at hand in Knoxville at TTA’s Fall Conference on October 26th and 27th. The conference kicked off with a networking event the evening before at Maple Hall Bowling. Attendees mingled, shared experiences, and set the tone for the two-day conference that was to follow.





The following day was packed with a full day of 30-minute sessions from industry experts. From discussions on critical topics such as Truck Parking with the Road Team Captains to Driver Safety, Fleet Management, and updates from FMCSA. It was a great combination of education and serious discussions about regulations, what’s working in the industry, and what can be re-evaluated. 

While all the presentations provided a great resource, one person who’s words echoed throughout the first day was that of the keynote speaker, Tim Richardson, who gave an inspiring talk on “The Power of the Pause: How a Reset Brings Sanity to the Workplace.” In our busy industry, it’s so easy to keep pushing forward, but he reminded attendees of the importance of maintaining balance amidst our busy lives. While the fall conference was a full-day event, we like to think that the door prizes, evening banquet, and poker night helped attendees “pause” before diving into the final day of learning.  





Day two of the conference started on a high note with a session by Jason Johnson from Project K-9 Hero. It was a great opportunity to witness the loyalty and intelligence of the K-9. Being able to see the work that’s done to give a new life to the service dogs that once served our community was incredible. After project K-9 the rest of the day was filled with a great variety of speakers before closing out the Fall conference for the afternoon with a few closing door prizes. 

This year’s Fall Conference was a testament to the industry’s resilience, adaptability, and innovation and we’re grateful to everyone who made it happen. Each year is only possible because of the sponsors, speakers, attendees, and staff who make this event a success. Your support made this conference not only possible but also a memorable one. Thank you to everyone who joined us for this exceptional event. 

With the conclusion of this year’s conference, we are already looking forward to next year. We hope to see you all again and continue to provide a platform for learning, networking, and celebrating the industry we all love. 


Thanks again for your support. Click here to see all photos from the Fall Conference 


Thank You Fall Conference Sponsors! 


CHATTANOOGA, TN, Sept. 11, 2023 – U.S. veterans launched the Wounded Warrior Project in the aftermath of terrorist attacks against the nation on September 11, 2001, and military actions that followed. Their goal: is to honor and empower wounded military personnel. In preparation for September 11 remembrances this year, Transport Enterprise Leasing (TEL) has donated $6,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project to support the charity’s important work, said CEO Doug Carmichael.

An Army veteran, Carmichael added that a number of TEL employees and trucking customers are former military personnel, some of whom sustained injuries as a result of their service.

“Having served in South Korea in the 1970s and later as an Army drill instructor and teacher, I have some understanding of the ins and outs of serving our country. I cannot imagine the added burden of bearing the scars of battle and war,” he said. “To our brothers and sisters who served and came home with the scars of war, the least we can do is to donate a portion of the favor that the good Lord has bestowed upon us and our company.”


Wounded Warrior Project provides extensive services to assist veterans who served on or after 9/11/2001 and sustained a physical or mental injury or illness. These services include mental health, career counseling, and long-term rehabilitative care programs, as well as advocacy efforts on behalf of veterans.

The charity invested $247 million last year in programs, and more than 220,000 warriors, family members and caregivers were registered with Wounded Warrior Project as of September 30, 2022. “The need is great and growing. Every month in 2022, more than 1,780 warriors and family members registered with Wounded Warrior Project to receive our free programs and services,” the group website noted.

“From our mental health programs like Soldier Ride and Project Odyssey to our employment and VA claims programs, these are all totally free to participating warriors,” said Sal Gonzalez, a Wounded Warrior Project spokesperson in Nashville. Tennessee offices for the national organization are based in Nashville and also serve parts of Alabama, Kentucky, and neighboring states.

To learn more about the Wounded Warrior Project and donate, please visit


About Transport Enterprise Leasing LLC

Transport Enterprise Leasing (TEL) is a leading national provider of commercial truck and trailer leasing, sales and remarketing. We help hardworking professionals build profitable businesses by providing and financing new and like-new transport equipment from top brands, including Peterbilt, Freightliner, Volvo, Kenworth, Hyundai, Wabash, Utility and Fontaine. We specialize in Class 8 sleepers and day cabs, dry vans, reefers and flatbeds. We also are known for our comprehensive support programs, such as fleet support and maintenance advisory.

Founded in 2004, our headquarters is located in Chattanooga, TN, with additional facility operations right off I-70 in the east Indianapolis metro area (Greenfield, IN).

For more information on TEL, please visit


August 28, 2023
Contact: Rebecca Brewster
(770) 432-0628




Washington, DC – The American Transportation Research Institute, the trucking industry’s not-for-profit research organization, today launched the 2023 Top Industry Issues Survey. The annual survey asks trucking industry stakeholders to rank the top issues of concern for the industry along with potential strategies for addressing each issue.

Now in its 19th year, ATRI’s annual analysis not only ranks the issues overall but also provides insights into how critical topics are ranked differently by motor carriers and professional drivers. The report also allows stakeholders to monitor issues over time to better understand which issues are rising, or falling, in criticality.

“The annual Top Industry Issues Survey has long been a crucial part of understanding the challenges facing our country’s supply chain. ATRI’s research provides an opportunity for thousands of trucking industry professionals, from drivers to executives, to weigh in on the most important topics that affect trucking and collectively decide on the best strategies for addressing each,” said ATA Chair Dan Van Alstine, Ruan Transportation Management Systems President and COO.
“I encourage my fellow drivers to take a few minutes and complete ATRI’s Top Industry Issues Survey. Whether your top issue is truck parking, driver compensation, detention, traffic congestion or something else, it only takes a few minutes to make your voice heard and for us collectively to let the industry know what drivers are most concerned about,” said Ken Duncan, an America’s Road Team Captain and professional truck driver for Walmart Transportation.
The results of the 2023 survey will be released October 14, 2023 as part of the American Trucking Associations Management Conference & Exhibition to be held in Austin, Texas.

Industry stakeholders are encouraged to complete the 2023 survey available by clicking here. The survey will remain open through September 29, 2023.

ATRI is the trucking industry’s 501c3 not-for-profit research organization. It is engaged in critical research relating to freight transportation’s essential role in maintaining a safe, secure and efficient transportation system.

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The hum of engines filled the air at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio, from August 16th to 19th, as the National Truck Driving Championships (NTDC) 2023 unfolded. This annual event, known as the “Super Bowl of Safety,” brought together truckers from every corner of the nation, showcasing their skills, commitment to safety, and dedication to excellence. This year’s event was a beautiful display of the spirit of trucking.


History & Purpose of the NTDC

With roots dating back to 1937, the NTDC was first known as the “National Truck Rodeo”. The National Truck Driving Championships have evolved into an annual tradition within the trucking industry. The competition signifies the industry’s dedication to safety, excellence, and continuous growth. It was those first events that laid the groundwork for the 2023 National Truck Driving Championships Winners. 



A hallmark of the NTDC is the emphasis on safety. To participate, drivers must have excellent records. This requirement reflects the industry’s focus on reducing accidents and promoting safe practices among trucking professionals. Many of the 2023 National Truck Driving Championships Winners have worked for decades to become excellent at their craft. 


2023 NTDC Crowns A Champion, James “Gragg” Wilson, UPS

On Saturday, August 19, the American Trucking Association announced James Gragg Wilson, a dedicated UPS truck driver from Nevada, as the Bendix Grand Champion of the 2023 NTDC. Wilson navigated his tanker truck and claimed the number one spot out of 400+ competitors. 


This victory is a testament to his commitment to safety and dedication to trucking. Congratulations to James on your achievement and commitment to excellence. 


Team Tennesseee Takes 3rd PlacE at the NTDC 

For our Tennessee competitors, the journey to the NTDC 2023 started in April when they claimed first place at the Tennessee Truck Driving Championships.  The following individuals earned first place in their categories, earning the right to represent Tennessee and take their place among the 2023 National Truck Driving Championships Winners.

Tennessee clinched 3rd place as a team with the help of 9 drivers. 

  • Scott Lambert, FedEx Freight
  • Andy Bryant, FedEx Freight
  • Brian Turner, Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc.
  • Barry Blanton, Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc.
  • Tim Blair, FedEx Freight – Tim’s attention to detail earned him the Pre-trip award.
  • Covey Thompson, Martin Brower Company
  • Jamie Sowder, FedEx Freight – Jamie secured 3rd in the Flatbed category. 
  • Mike Patterson, FedEx Freight
  • Jeff Barton, FedEx Freight


Congratulations to Team Tennessee for your hard work and achieving 3rd place in this year’s competition. 

2023 National Truck Driving Championships Winners

Within the arena of the National Truck Driving Championships (NTDC), the heart of trucking excellence beats stronger than ever. We applaud all of the 2023 National Truck Driving Championships Winners and the drivers who claimed victory in their respective categories.Photo Credit: Marty Pollock, TTA

Setup for the big NTDC event with competitors from across the country. Photo Credit: Marty Pollock, TTA


Step Van:

  • 1st – Jerome De La Cruz, FedEx Express, Alaska
  • 2nd – Gregory Long, FedEx Express, Maryland
  • 3rd – Alex Lofgren, FedEx Express, Minnesota

Straight Truck:

  • 1st – David Coffel, FedEx Express, Arizona
  • 2nd – William Colantuone, FedEx Express, Massachusetts
  • 3rd – James Kohr, FedEx Express, New York


  • 1st – Barry Kraemer, XPO, Wisconsin
  • 2nd – Joseph Hicks, XPO, Rhode Island
  • 3rd – Ritch Fundell, FedEx Freight, Illinois


  • 1st – Martin McMahon, RIST Transport, New York
  • 2nd – Bruce Quaal, ABF Freight System, Minnesota
  • 3rd – Adam Heim, FedEx Freight, Idaho


  • 1st – John Greene, FedEx Freight, Connecticut
  • 2nd – James Quarles, Wal-Mart Transportation, South Carolina
  • 3rd – Michael Martin, Wal-Mart Transportation


  • 1st – Daryl Miller, The Cope Company Salt, Pennsylvania
  • 2nd – Ernest Wagers, Old Dominion Freight Line, Kentucky
  • 3rd – James Sowder, FedEx Freight, Tennessee (Tennessee’s Jamie Sowder achieved 3rd place in this category)

Tank Truck:

  • 1st – James “Gragg” Wilson, UPS, Nevada
  • 2nd – Jason Imhoff, Wal-Mart Transportation, Ohio
  • 3rd – Timothy Vogt, XPO, Georgia


  • 1st – Robert Fair, FedEx Freight, New Hampshire
  • 2nd – Jeffrey Langenhahn, XPO, Wisconsin
  • 3rd – Michael Flippin, FedEx Freight, Colorado

Sleeper Berth:

  • 1st – Roland Bolduc, FedEx Express, Connecticut
  • 2nd – Chris Moore, Wal-Mart Transportation, Georgia
  • 3rd – Tyler Rogers, FedEx Freight, Colorado

Rookie of the Year:

  • Myron Means, Old Dominion Freight Line, Flatbed, Wyoming

State Team Award:

  • 1st – Connecticut
  • 2nd – Illinois
  • 3rd – Tennessee

Pre-Trip Inspection Award:

  • Timothy Blair, FedEx Freight, 5-Axle, Tennessee

Highest Written Exam Award:

  • Michael Bills, FedEx Express, North Carolina
  • David Comings, FedEx Freight, North Dakota
  • David Mogler, FedEx Freight, Colorado
  • Michael Flippin, FedEx Freight, Colorado

Neill Darmstadter Professional Excellence Award:

  • Ina Daly, XPO Logistics, Arizona

Lifetime Volunteer Award:

  • Bill Graham


the legacy of the NTDC

The National Truck Driving Championships 2023 is a wonderful showcase of the commitment to continuous growth and achievement within the trucking community.


From Team Tennessee’s third-place finish to James “Gragg” Wilson’s Bendix Grand Champion triumph, each story reflects the heart of trucking. As the sun sets on another successful NTDC, the legacy will continue, united by a love for the open road.




Nashville, TN – The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) released foundational new research that statistically corroborates that motor carriers who are active in state and national membership associations are safer than both former association members and carriers who have never been association members.


It has always been anecdotally assumed that association membership supports safety through a variety of association services and resources, but the necessary industry safety data and methodology had never before been assessed. This new empirical research processed public safety data from the Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS) through a series of statistical tools to confirm the relationship between association membership and safety performance.


More specifically, the research compared motor carrier MCMIS crash and violation data for trucking fleets that held a membership status of either Current, Former or Never members. Carrier status data came from a geographically representative sample of state trucking associations as well as from the American Trucking Associations.


The Welch’s Two-Sample T-Test outputs confirm that among the three carrier groups, Current members have fewer overall crashes and violations than Former members, who also had fewer crashes and violations than Never members. Almost all results were significant at the 95 percent or 99 percent confidence levels. Due to the rarity of fatal truck crashes among all carriers, this specific crash type was not significant for either state or national membership.


“All safety stakeholders in the trucking industry are looking for strategies and solutions for improving large-truck safety,” noted Dr. Brenda Lantz, Associate Director of the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute. “This new ATRI research confirms that association membership is another important and proven safety tool for trucking companies.”


The ATRI association safety research also provides some guidance on how the findings might be applicable to commercial transportation insurers, enforcement agencies and academic researchers.


A copy of the full report is available through ATRI’s website here.





Nashville, TN – Tennessee Trucking Association & Foundation is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) for its “Booze It and Lose It” campaign from August 16 to September 4, surrounding the Labor Day holiday. This initiative coincides with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” mobilization to increase impaired-driving enforcement nationwide.


Increased state and national messaging about the dangers of drunk driving, coupled with increased sobriety checkpoints and high visibility enforcement, aim to drastically reduce the number of drunk-driving crashes, injuries, and fatalities this year.


The consequences of a single DUI conviction for a first-time offender in the state of Tennessee may include costly fines, court costs, legal fees, jail time, mandatory drug and alcohol treatment, and/or the installation of an ignition interlock device in his/her vehicle.


The THSO provides grant funding to support Tennessee Trucking Foundation increased enforcement efforts during the “Booze It and Lose It” campaign. For more information about the THSO, please visit




Join hosts Steve Kessler and Mark Rhea as they welcome a special guest, Jeffrey Short, VP of the American Transportation Research Institute, to discuss the implications that the legalization of marijuana has and could continue to have on the trucking industry.


Impacts of Marijuana Legalization on the Trucking Industry
Thursday, August 17th, 2023
10:00 a.m. Central



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TENNESSEE – Last week, the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) announced the award recipients from its 35th Annual Tennessee Lifesavers Conference on Wednesday, August 2, through Friday, August 4. Every year, the THSO hosts this event to empower highway safety professionals statewide and recognize achievements made in improving the safety of Tennessee roadways. Agencies and individuals were awarded for achievements in traffic safety education, advocacy, and enforcement to reduce traffic crashes, injuries, and fatalities through THSO grant-funded programs related to child passenger safety, teen driver advocacy, impaired-driving prevention, speed reduction, pedestrian safety, and more. Award winners are listed as follows. To access photos and more, visit

“The THSO is honored to recognize our many local heroes going above and beyond the call of duty,” said THSO Director Buddy Lewis. “Whether you are a first responder, community advocate, prosecutor, or law enforcement officer – you play an important role in traffic safety and make a difference in saving lives every day. We appreciate the hard work and dedication of our traffic safety partners as we continue striving to zero deaths on Tennessee roads.”


Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Awards

  • CPS Diamond of the Year:
    • Tennessee Department of Health, Southeast Region – Community Health Access and Navigation in Tennessee (CHANT) Program
  • CPS Fitting Station of the Year:
    • McMinnville-Warren County CPS Coalition
  • CPS Instructor of the Year:
    • Lt. Rebecca Cowan, Sevierville Police Department
  • CPS Technician of the Year:
    • Malissa Davis, Polk County Health Department
  • Dr. Robert Sander’s Leadership and Service Award:
    • Rhea County Sheriff’s Department – Safe Journey Program


Director’s Awards

  • AAA – The Auto Club Group
  • Chief Barry Diebold, Brownsville Police Department
  • Chief Michael Bowen, Murfreesboro Police Department
  • Tennessee Department of Transportation’s Help Truck Program
  • Tennessee Highway Patrol – Chattanooga District’s Ace Unit: Lt. Stoney Morton, Trooper Lance Hughes, Trooper Dale Herring, and Trooper Scott Uselton
  • Tony Burnett


Drug Recognition Expert of the Year

  • Sgt. Jessie B. Loy, Metropolitan Nashville Police Department


Reduce TN Crashes Gold Awards

  • Clay County High School
  • Cumberland County High School
  • Dickson County High School
  • Dyer County High School
  • Gibson County High School
  • Milan High School 
  • Obion County Central High School
  • South Gibson County High School
  • Stone Memorial High School
  • Unicoi County High School


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The Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) is a division of the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security advocating for traffic safety. The THSO works in tandem with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to implement statewide programs addressing occupant protection, impaired driving, speed enforcement, pedestrian and bicycle safety, and crash data collection and analysis. Programs administered by the THSO are 100 percent federally funded. The THSO’s mission is to effectively develop, implement, and evaluate these programs. To learn more, please visit

Denver — As part of “The Mountain Rules” truck driver education series, the Colorado Department of Transportation is releasing three new videos aimed at educating and preparing truck drivers — especially those from out of state — for the unique challenges they face on Colorado’s mountain highways.


The videos are specifically focused on safe winter driving, navigating construction work zones, and handling hot brakes.


“We know that our state’s terrain and unpredictable weather conditions create immense challenges for semitruck drivers,” said CDOT Executive Director Shoshana Lew. “We’ve created this series as a way to equip truck drivers with the necessary knowledge and awareness to safely and confidently navigate our highways, especially in the high country.”


“The Mountain Rules” series was developed by CDOT, in partnership with the Colorado State Patrol and the Colorado Motor Carriers Association in 2019. All videos in the series emphasize the importance of being prepared for the specific obstacles truck drivers face when traveling through the state.


While local truckers may be familiar with Colorado’s highways, those from out of state often are new to the intricacies of navigating winter driving conditions along steep mountain corridors, understanding chain and traction laws, managing hot brakes, and adhering to Colorado’s Move Over law. Each topic has its own dedicated, 10-minute video as part of the overall series to help prepare drivers.


“Traveling along the I-70 corridor includes sharp curves, seven and eight percent grades, not to mention congested peak travel times accompanied by quickly changing weather conditions,” stated Col. Matthew C. Packard, chief of the Colorado State Patrol. “Colorado relies on your presence and services, and this video series will help prepare you for the common conditions on I-70. Safety should never take a back seat – prepare yourself before the trip.” 


CDOT and its partners encourage all truck drivers to educate themselves and view the videos, which can be found on CDOT’s YouTube channel and at The Mountain Rules videos also are distributed to truck driving schools, trucking companies, and other trucking-related entities.


“The steep downgrades, winding roadways, and fast-changing weather conditions make for a challenging drive, for even the most experienced truck driver,” said the CMCA President Greg Fulton. “The Mountain Rules program and videos provide a great educational tool for truck drivers, especially those unfamiliar with Colorado’s mountains. It helps them to understand how to navigate our mountainous roadways in a safe manner.  We believe this tool and other strategies by our state and local partners will make mountainous corridors like I-70 safer and reduce delays and closures.”






A partnership between the Colorado Department of Transportation, Colorado State Patrol and the Colorado Motor Carrier’s Association, “The Mountain Rules” is a comprehensive, strategic and safety-focused effort to inform and educate in-state and inter-state trucking companies and drivers on the challenges of driving in Colorado’s mountains. It includes information on potential hazards, and a consistent reminder to go slow, steady, and safe for the long haul. For more information, please see:







Mark your calendars for an exciting and enriching event – the Tennessee Trucking Association’s Fall Conference, taking place on October 26th and 27th, 2023, at the exquisite Hilton Knoxville, nestled in the heart of Tennessee’s charming city.

This year we want you to share this amazing expereince with a friend. Know someone who has never attended a TTA fall conference? Share the event with them, and if they register, you’ll not only be mentioned in this year’s program but also entered into a drawing for a chance to win a $250 gift card!* 

Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to connect with fellow professionals, learn from industry experts, and enjoy all that Knoxville has to offer. Secure your spot for the Tennessee Trucking Association Fall Conference today and get ready for an unforgettable experience!


Signup for Fall Conference | Invite A Friend For A Chance to Win!


Terms & Conditions To Drawing: 


  • The Tennessee Trucking Association’s Fall Conference Referral Drawing (hereinafter “Drawing”) is open to individuals who are legal residents of the United States and are 18 years of age or older at the time of entry.
  • Employees, directors, and officers of the Tennessee Trucking Association and their immediate family members are not eligible to participate in the Drawing.

How to Enter:

  • To enter the Drawing, participants must refer a friend or acquaintance to register for the Tennessee Trucking Association’s Fall Conference.
  • Referrers must ensure that their referred friends input the referrer’s name or a unique referral code in the designated field during the registration process.
  • Participants may enter multiple times by referring multiple friends, subject to each friend’s successful registration.


  • Each referrer and their referred friend who successfully registers for the Fall Conference will be entered into the Drawing.
  • The prize for the Drawing is a $250 gift card.
  • The prize is non-transferable and cannot be exchanged for cash or other alternatives.

Drawing and Winner Notification:

  • The Drawing will take place after the registration deadline for the Fall Conference.
  • The winner will be selected at random from the pool of eligible participants.
  • The winner will be notified via email or phone using the contact information provided during registration.
  • If the winner does not respond within seven (7) days of the initial notification, an alternate winner will be selected.

Publicity Release:

  • By participating in the Drawing, the winner agrees to allow the Tennessee Trucking Association to use their name and likeness for promotional purposes without any additional compensation.

General Conditions:

  • The Tennessee Trucking Association reserves the right to modify, suspend, or terminate the Drawing at any time for any reason without prior notice.
  • The Tennessee Trucking Association’s decisions regarding the Drawing, including the selection of winners, are final and binding.
  • Participants agree to comply with these terms and conditions and all applicable laws and regulations.
  • The Drawing is subject to all federal, state, and local laws and regulations and is void where prohibited.

Limitation of Liability:

  • The Tennessee Trucking Association and its affiliates, employees, and representatives shall not be responsible for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, or consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the Drawing or the prize.

Privacy Policy:

  • Personal information collected during the Drawing will be used in accordance with the Tennessee Trucking Association’s privacy policy.

Governing Law:

  • The Drawing and these terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Tennessee.

By participating in the Drawing, participants agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.


Stay Informed with the Latest Trucking News and Updates in the trucking industry. It’s crucial if you’re a trucking executive, professional, and enthusiast alike. From regulatory changes and technological advancements to market trends and industry insights, accessing reliable trucking news sources is essential. Keep reading to find a list of seven (7) trusted platforms where you can get the most recent and relevant trucking news to keep you informed and empowered.

Stay Informed with the Latest Trucking News and Updates

  1. Transport Topics: A leading news outlet dedicated to covering all aspects of the transportation industry, including trucking. They offer comprehensive reporting on regulatory updates, market trends, and technological advancements. 
  2. Trucking info: A valuable resource for trucking professionals, providing in-depth articles, analysis, and commentary on the latest news, trends, and innovations in the trucking world. 
  3. Fleet Owner: A trusted source for news and insights on fleet management, trucking regulations, safety, and sustainability within the industry. 
  4. Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ): CCJ offers a wealth of content focusing on commercial trucking, with articles covering business strategies, driver issues, and equipment reviews. 
  5. Overdrive: Targeting owner-operators and independent drivers, Overdrive provides trucking news, lifestyle features, and helpful tips for those on the road. 
  6. American Trucker: A comprehensive source for trucking news, equipment updates, and industry insights catering to trucking executives and professionals. 
  7. The Trucker: Providing news and perspectives from the trucking industry, The Trucker keeps readers informed on policy changes, safety updates, and industry trends. 

Stay Updated On Trucking News 


Staying updated with reliable trucking news sources is crucial for understanding the ever-changing trucking industry The platforms listed above offer a diverse range of information, catering to trucking executives, professionals, and enthusiasts. Whether you’re looking for regulatory updates, technological advancements, or market insights, these sources have you covered.


How Do You Learn?

So, bookmark these sites and tune into the podcasts to ensure you stay Informed with the latest trucking news and updates. What resources do you use to stay updated on the trucking industry?