A second rail union rejects labor deal over paid sick leave
A union representing more than 6,000 workers who install and maintain signal systems voted on Wednesday to reject its contract agreement with railroads, as tensions over paid sick leave escalate and threaten a shutdown of the nation’s freight rail system.
Trucking costs could stifle Biden’s off-site container storage plan
Expanding a strategy aimed at clearing congested U.S. container ports by using more off-site space must take into account potential added costs related to trucking as well as other factors, according to feedback obtained by federal transportation officials.
Unwanted Russian oil piles up on ships anchored near Singapore
A fleet of tankers filled with Russian fuel oil have anchored near Singapore and Malaysia as more flows are directed toward Asia ahead of European Union sanctions that take effect early next year.