self-driving trucks

Could There be a Symbiotic Relationship Between Truckers and Self-Driving Trucks?

Could There be a Symbiotic Relationship Between Truckers and Self-Driving Trucks?

Just as it is now quite possible for an airliner to fly with no human intervention, the prediction for the not-so-distant future is that vehicles will be able to ferry passengers to their destinations with no hands on the controls. The future has arrived in limited form; drivers are now able to take their hands off the wheel as vehicles efficiently maneuver themselves into tight parking spaces. While full automation is on the way, however, complete autonomy of vehicles is still a way off.

Trucking Updates: What You Need to Know This Month

 Trucking Updates: What You Need to Know This Month

Freight Index:  According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics, freight transported via trucks, rail, air, waterways and pipelines decreased nationwide by 0.8% in June.1  The loss was mainly suffered by trucks and waterways while freight via air, intermodal and rail carloads saw an increase in freight.1