Coverage from the FTR Transportation Conference


Articles highlighting content from the FTR Transportation Conference. We wrapped up our largest and most successful conference yet. With over 400 attendees and 66 thought leading presenters, it was a data filled two days, with premium networking opportunities. Save the date for next year's conference: September 13-15, 2016.

Sean Kilcarr | @trucksatwork

DTNA highlights problems with Phase 2 GHG rules

Trucking executives seek help to solve driver shortage

Great Dane: Make hay while the sun is shining

Medium-duty faces slow growth environment

FTR Transportation Conference 2015 Day 2

Sandberg: Trucking rules delayed but not stopped

Strauss: Slow and steady growth for U.S. economy and trucking

Decline in Class 8 truck and trailer sales to start in 2016

FTR Transportation Conference 2015 Day 1

Foretelling the future of freight

Where the fault lines for freight may lay

CCJ & Overdrive
James Jaillet | @trucknewsJJ

Where are truck and trailer orders headed? unveils ‘reinvented’ weekly Trans4Cast report on rates, conditions

Capacity’s looser, for now " freight, e-log mandate to tighten market soon

FTR tidbits: A looming driver surplus?, truck OEM ‘arms race’ with automation, what e-log enforcement may look like and more

Obama’s remaining 16 months could be busy ones for FMCSA, says former agency head

The recovery’s been good to trucking, but cycle may play out soon, says FTR’s Perry

Bill Cassidy | @wbcassidy_joc

Driver shortage to get worse, Werner's Leathers warns shippers

Technology is key to future capacity, FTR's Perry predicts

Next threat to truck capacity: technician shortage

US shippers struggling with converting truck loads to intermodal

US pushes back electronic logging device, coercion rule deadlines

Chicago Fed economist sees slow US recovery, not recession, ahead

US shippers warned ‘loose’ truck capacity won’t last

David Moniz & Jim Park

FMCSA Regulatory Agenda: Hurry Up and Wait

GHG Phase 2 Proposal More Stringent than Originally Believed and FTR Launch Advanced Trans4Cast

Economic Watch: Leading Economic Index Points to Slow Growth - Evan Lockridge