Trucking Issues

From safety to the environment and from the economy to engineering, American Trucking Associations is the leading authority on all of the issues facing the trucking industry.

RELATED TO: Energy

Overview & ATA's Position

Believing that an adequate and reasonably priced fuel supply is essential, not just to the trucking industry but to the economy at large, American Trucking Associations supports policies that will move the United States toward national energy self-sufficiency as a way to reduce fuel price volatility. Such policies include the use of alternative fuels, increased domestic production, and uniform state and federal fuel regulations.​


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ATA Hopes Final Truck Efficiency Rule Will Achieve Emissions Goals

Today, leaders at the American Trucking Associations said they were cautiously optimistic that the second round of the Obama administration’s greenhouse gas and fuel efficiency standards for commercial trucks would achieve the targets set out by the administration and that they hoped the 10-year phase-in period for the regulation would not be unduly disruptive to fleets and manufacturers.


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Legislative, Regulatory and Litigation Efforts

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ATA Natural Gas in Trucking Summit

First natural gas trucking summit.