May 2003
Commercial Carrier Journal;May2003, Vol. 160 Issue 5, p25
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs related to trucking in the U.S. as of May 2003. Grants by Environmental Protection Agency to governmental bodies that will help to reduce emissions through the retrofit of diesel engines; Launch of the first phase of Advanced Travel Center Electrification system by IdleAire Technologies Corp.; Modification of the diesel emissions program by Colorado Motor Carriers Association.


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