Commercial Carrier Journal uses our autonomous-vehicle report as the basis for an article about the future of trucking in an era when companies are churning out driverless trucks and other vehicles.

If autonomy slashes 4 million jobs, the entire transportation labor force would crash to about 120,000 jobs. Assuming each segment (buses, taxis and trucking) takes a proportionate share of the 97.5 percent loss of jobs, there could be fewer than 80,000 truck driving jobs available in the U.S.