Meet Our Partners
Kentucky Trucking Association is comprised of over 300 members (growing daily) predominantly motor carriers, but including companies who supply goods and services to the industry.
“To promote the trucking industry by educating governmental entities, the general public, customers and related industry groups, through advocacy, career development, and the support of value-added programs enhancing industry safety and productivity”.
The Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition is a transportation fuels resource for Kentucky educators, consumers, and providers of advanced transportation technologies. A Clean Cities partner and 501c3 nonprofit, KCFC has been building partnerships and raising awareness since 1993.
The US EPA launched the SmartWay Transport Partnership, an exciting voluntary initiative that can help carriers save fuel and money while improving air quality. Click on the SmartWay Transport Partnership logo to find out more.
About Truckers Against Trafficking
Modern-day slavery, or human trafficking exists whenever people are bought and sold for forced labor or commercial sex. Around the world, it is estimated that there are over 40 million slaves today. Human trafficking has been reported in all 50 states, and the number of victims in the United States is estimated in the hundreds of thousands.
While illegal, human trafficking is a booming business. Traffickers recruit out of our schools, online, in shopping malls, as well as the streets and other locations. A large percentage of the people trafficked are women and children. Many of them are used in the sex industry. They are the prostituted people on the street and in private homes, and in legitimate businesses such as restaurants, truck stops and motels. They need to be identified and recovered.
Consumer Energy Alliance is the voice of the energy consumer. We provide consumers with sound, unbiased information on U.S. and global energy issues. Our affiliates comprise a range of sectors from the energy industry, academia, small businesses, conservation groups to travel-related industries.