With an approval rating of 2.2 on a 10-point scale in an American Transportation Research Institute study, it’s clear that truck drivers do not hold driver-facing cameras in high regard.
American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) recently released the 2023 Top Truck Bottleneck List with Fort Lee, NJ claiming the top spot for the fifth year in a row. The in-depth analysis provides vital insight into truck-involved congestion points, highway traffic trends, and infrastructure investment opportunities. How much has the list changed since last year? How can this research be used to further conversations on funding and regional regulations? Rebecca Brewster, President and Chief Operating Officer of ATRI, joins Dan Ronan to help breakdown the top highway bottlenecks and discuss opportunities to address supply chain challenges.February 9, 2023
A troublesome spot along I-95 once again topped the list of the nation’s worst chokepoints on the American Transportation Research Institute Top Truck Bottlenecks list, while the Atlanta metro area stood out as a gridlocked region by claiming six of the top 20 spots on the list.February 8, 2023
The American Transportation Research Institute has launched its annual Top Industry Issues Survey, asking stakeholders to rank their top concerns along with potential strategies for addressing them.
Soaring prices for diesel fuel, rising maintenance costs and higher wages for drivers pushed the price of operating a truck up 12.7% in 2021 to $1.855 per mile — the highest level on record — according a report released Aug. 10 by the American Transportation Research Institute.August 9, 2022
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The American Transportation Research Institute unveiled its top five research areas for 2022 at American Trucking Associations’ annual Mid-Year Management Conference May 16.May 16, 2022
The overall life cycle of Class 8 zero-emission trucks would result in a net decrease in carbon dioxide emissions of just 30% compared with internal combustion engines despite the trucks having no direct tailpipe emissions, according to a just-released study by the American Transportation Research Institute.
Motor carriers can offset the rising cost of insurance premiums by continuously improving their overall safety practices and expanding use of smart technology, a new report said.
Some very familiar trouble spots lead the 2022 Top Truck Bottlenecks List from the American Transportation Research Institute.February 9, 2022