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Source: Daily News | 2013-05-12
Bison is one of the early adopters in the industry of natural gas power for its trucks. It recently entered into a five-year agreement with Shell Canada to run 15 liquefied natural gas (LNG) tractors in Alberta. In an exclusive interview with...
Source: Daily News | 2013-04-21
David McKenna joked about pulling the shortest straw when it came time to address a standing-room crowd of maintenance managers, and the crowd laughed with him. Other members of his Technology and Maintenance Council panel were discussing...
Source: Daily News | 2013-04-12
LANGLEY, B.C. -- The B.C. Trucking Association (BCTA) says a mandatory AirCare-like emissions testing program for trucks would be wasteful and unnecessary, based on the results of a recent remote sensing study of truck emissions.
Source: Daily News | 2013-03-12
MANITOBA, Ont. – Gas Tax Fund money, which amounts to an about $2 billion per year source of funding for municipalities, should be used for core infrastructure work such as roads, bridges and sewers and not squandered on sexier projects,...
Source: Daily News | 2013-03-01
WINNIPEG, Man. – The opportunity for developing Canada’s north has finally come, according to transportation industry experts speaking at Transport Institute’s Northern Exposure 2 conference here today.
Source: Daily News | 2012-12-20
CALGARY, Alta. – The first of 15 BisonTransport LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) tractors will roll out of its Calgary terminal Friday morning, a development the company believes marks “a turning point in creating...
Source: Daily News | 2012-10-07
LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Navistar International is looking to have its Lonestar ready for sale with SCR-MaxxForce 13 power this April.
Source: Daily News | 2012-10-01
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Cummins’ ISX15 engine has been certified by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), meeting both the EPA 2013 regulations and the new greenhouse gas and fuel-efficiency rules that will take effect in 2014. Cummins...
Source: Daily News | 2012-08-02
SAN PEDRO, Calif. -- Air pollution from port-related sources continues to drop as cargo rebounds at the Port of Los Angeles, according to a recently released report, titled “2011 Inventory of Air Emissions.” Data contained in the...
Source: Print Archives | 2012-08-01
KING CITY, Ont. – The federal government in Canada has put a new set of regulations on the table aiming to reduce total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from heavy trucks by 17% by the year 2020, setting 2005 levels as the baseline.