Transport Topics Radio

Transport Topics Radio

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Transport Topics Radio has expanded its rebroadcast programming on SiriusXM Radio, Channel 146. 

Each week, host Dan Ronan, TT’s managing producer-multimedia/senior reporter, brings listeners up-to-date news from government, business, logistics and other sectors of the industry.

The program initially airs live on Saturdays from 1-3 p.m. ET.

Dan Ronan


The program is also rebroadcast three times each weekend. In addition to the first airing, you can hear TT Radio at the following times:

•    Saturday nights from 11 p.m. ET until Sundays at 1 a.m. ET
•    Sunday afternoons from noon-2 p.m. ET
•    Sunday nights from 9-11 p.m. ET

SiriusXM is available live and on demand at with a paid subscription. 

Here's Ronan's lineup for the April 15 show:

Here's Ronan's lineup for the April 8 show:

Here's Ronan's lineup for the April 1 show:

  • It’s our monthly Reporters Roundtable with three great journalists. TT Senior Government Reporter Eugene Mulero, ENR Transportation Reporter Tom Ichniowski, and we welcome a new voice to the program, CQ Roll Call Transportation Reporter Valerie Yurk.  
  • From our recent TT Newsmakers series, we present two great guests to discuss business continuity plans and what companies should be doing to prepare for emergencies. In our first segment, we are joined by crisis management expert, Covenant Park Integrated Initiatives consultant Dean Gallup.
  •  In our second segment, from 2:30 p.m. to 3 p.m., Scott Godes, a lawyer and cybersecurity expert with the law firm Barnes & Thornburg, discusses cyber-related issues in the business world. 

Here's Ronan's lineup for the March 25 show:

  • Iowa Motor Truck Association President Brenda Neville joins us to discuss recent action in the Iowa Legislature that could impact the trucking industry concerning tort reform
  • Kodiak Robotics director of operations Don Lepard joins us from our recent visit to Dallas and the Natso convention discussing his company’s progress in developing autonomous truck technology.
  • Also from Natso, Charge Ahead Partnership Executive Director Jay Smith discusses his Richmond, Va.-based organization and how it’s a coalition of businesses, associations and individuals that share the common goal of efficiently and effectively developing a charging network for electric vehicles across the United States.  
  •  Natso Executive Vice President David Fialkov joins us to discuss some of the issues that rest stop and truck plazas are facing, including ways to get more truck parking.