This Week in Trucking, the EPA has filed a court brief seeking a delay in a challenge to its greenhouse gas regulations, leading to speculation that the agency may review the upcoming Phase 2 rules. Also, the government has acknowledged it is lacking answers for regulating automated vehicles, Amazon jumps into the driverless vehicle arena and the economy is off to a slow start in 2017.
EPA may be set to review GHG Phase 2 rules
A recent EPA court filing seeking a 90-day delay in a challenge to the agency’s greenhouse gas Phase 2 truck emissions rule may signal a willingness on the Trump administration’s part to review the rules. (Trucks.com)