Trucking News

Lower Weight Limits on Pennsylvania Bridges

To compensate for a lack of funding, lower weight limits will be applied to a number of Pennsylvania bridges. Pennsylvania trucking companies are well aware of how many bridges can be found in Pennsylvania – out of all the states in the United States, Pennsylvania holds the position as the state with the third-largest number…

Fleet Safety Conference Addresses Medium-Duty Trucks

New questions are expected to be raised at the upcoming Fleet Safety Conference to be held in Schaumburg, Ill. This is likely due to the new study conducted by the American Transportation Research Institute, which found that medium-duty trucks have had a worse crash record than heavy-duty trucks over the past decade. Since medium-duty trucks…

Increased Traffic Might Mean a Strong Economy

As a Pennsylvania regional trucking company, we’re used to traffic. However, it looks like traffic congestion is on the rise–and it’s not necessarily a bad thing! Traffic has increased 9.4% since last year According to a recent Gridlock Index by the traffic information provider Inrix, overall levels of U.S. traffic have risen by 9.4% when…

Prices Down After Recent Increase

The May gas price increase recently seen may be turning back on itself. According to the latest Fuel Gauge Report by AAA, the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded at $3.63 as of May 28 is down 3 cents from May 22. Following 17 days of increases, the average price dipped 6 days in…

Gas Price Increase

Despite recent lower prices and predictions of lower prices, the price of gasoline is on its way up again. According to AAA’s Fuel Gauge Report,  the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline hit $3.58 on Monday, May 13. This price is up 6 cents from the previous week and an increase of…
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