Ports begin charging diesel-powered polluters to build Clean Truck Fund

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach on Friday began charging diesel-powered drayage trucks $10 per unit entering and leaving the ports with proceeds going to a Clean Truck Fund that will help pay for zero-emission trucks and infrastructure.

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The US could suspend trade relations with Russia

The U.S. is considering revoking normal trade relations with Russia in retaliation for the country’s ongoing deadly invasion of Ukraine.

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DOT report examines efforts to alleviate nation’s supply chain woes

Coming on the one-year anniversary of the White House’s Executive Order on Supply Chains, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) recently issued a report that highlights what it called “vulnerabilities in our freight and logistics supply chain and clear-cut actions needed to speed up the movement of goods from ships to shelves.”

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