AJOT | April 14, 2021 | People | Appointments | Intermodal News | Road
Southeastern Freight Lines, the leading provider of regional less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation services, today announced Michael Cotter has been promoted to service center manager in Lexington, Kentucky.
Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Ranking Member Sam Graves (R-MO) released the following statement regarding a letter sent today by a wide array of transportation stakeholders calling for a national vehicle miles traveled (VMT) implementation program
Bloomberg | April 13, 2021 | Intermodal News | Rail
The U.S. Department of Justice urged the regulator that oversees rail mergers to keep Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. and Kansas City Southern from combining their shares before their proposed merger and said it might intervene further in the review of the deal.
An advanced, high-speed, high-capacity monorail system similar to the one proposed to ease Los Angeles traffic congestion, hit a major milestone when the first Bahia SkyRail vehicle rolled off the BYD production line.
Volvo Group and SSAB have signed a collaboration agreement on research, development, serial production and commercialization of the world’s first vehicles to be made of fossil-free steel. Volvo plans already this year to start the production of concept vehicles and components from steel made by SSAB using hydrogen.
Bloomberg | April 08, 2021 | Project / Heavy Lift News | Maritime Project | Intermodal News | Road
President Joe Biden’s proposed infrastructure bill calls for $571 billion in additional transportation spending over current federal levels, and $50 billion to make infrastructure more resilient to climate change, according to White House documents sent to Capitol Hill that were reviewed by Bloomberg News.
The day-to-day cost of operating and maintaining U.S. municipal water and wastewater infrastructure is taking on an oversized share of utilities’ total expenditures (TOTEX). Over the last fifty years, spending on operations has escalated from a 50% to a 66% share of total utility expenditures with few signals of slowing, according to a new report from Bluefield Research.
Consolidated Chassis Enterprises, parent company of Consolidated Chassis Management (CCM), the leading neutral chassis pool manager in the United States, today announced that CCM’s technology group will become a new division named Consolidated Intermodal Technologies (CIT).