DorogaRoad is a magazine about trucks, cars, and ground transportation.
Published monthly and distributed in the Greater Toronto Area,
provinces of Ontario and Manitoba.
Trucker Digest • Для Тех, Кто За Рулем
Volume 10 • Issue 110 • November 2016
Trucker Digest • Для Тех, Кто За Рулем • Established in 2007
Uber’s Otto completes first-ever delivery by self-driving truck
The event was a milestoneas as it marked the first ever shipment by a self-driving vehicle in the world.
Trucker Digest BLM
This Trucker Digest show is about the BLM Transportation Group.
This well-known trucking company is looking for new drivers.
BLM is proud to offer new equipment, plenty of miles, good work/life balance, an attractive pay package and genuine respect.
Looking for a better way to match available freight loads with trucks, TransCore Link Logistics in 1990 developed Loadlink, a load board connecting brokers, carriers, owner operators and private fleets in Canada to a real-time database of 15 million loads, shipments and trucks – the largest in the industry. The monthly Canadian Freight Index now defines the freight movement spot market. Look here for the most current update from TransCore Link Logistics by Canadian Freight Index and Data Feed
Canadians of Eastern European heritage have recorded a long, rich history in the Canadian trucking industry. I am living proof. You wouldn't know it by my last name but I am half-Ukrainian.
Regardless of the decade, the Eastern Europeans that have immigrated to Canada represent a hopeful and promising future. After spending decades of dealing with famine, repression, war and the fight for independence in their homelands, Canada is the Promised Land. Many of those pioneering men and women that chose trucking as a career played an integral part in promoting and preserving the diverse heritage of our industry. They continue to do so. Like Canada itself, trucking is based on strong work ethic from different cultural heritages. Eastern European truckers have much to be proud of for their contributions. Our industry is richer for it.
The impending professional driver shortage means that trucking must continue to diversify if it hopes to grow for future generations and remain the top transportation mode of choice for Canadian businesses. I have no doubt that with the help of your community, as well as industry partners like DorogaRoad magazine, we will solve this and many other important issues in the years to come.
To mark the occasion of the 100th issue of DorogaRoad, I want to thank Serge and the editorial team for all their support of the Canadian Trucking Alliance and the industry at large. Congratulations! And here's to the next 100 issues!
President of Canadian Trucking Alliance
U.S. Airways Flight 1549 took off from La Guardia Airport in New York City one clear but cold January morning nearly six years ago and promptly ran into a flock of geese at an altitude of 3,000 feets...
The 60,000-kilogram tractor-trailer on your tail on Highway 401 is probably being driven by a professional who did an extensive safety check of the truck before getting behind the wheel. Or maybe not...
There is one word for the current state of the trucking industry: corrupt. No one wants to say it, but they can't deny it. I'm sure most of you were prepared for a typical article on the transportation industry...
A new "blue paper" by the research department of investment bank Morgan Stanley estimated that autonomous - "self-driving" - vehicles could save the freight transportation industry $168 billion annually...