Wall Street watching as TuSimple focuses on autonomous trucking’s holy grail

The Supply Chain Journal

They appear fixated on the company’s plan to remove the driver from Class 8 semis on night runs covering 113 miles on Interstate 10 between Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona. We’ll be hauling real commercial cargo.

El Niño Hits California Freight, With a Double-Edged Sword

DAT Solutions

The Tucson market is currently the strongest area, including the border crossing at Nogales, AZ. Weather patterns have a profound effect on road conditions and cargo availability. California needs rain and the El Niño storm season promises to bring plenty, along with flooding and landslides. Recent satellite imagery recalls events from 1997-'98, when the last major El Niño hit the southern U.S. For crops, the weather front is a double-edged sword.