Bottlenecks studied at 250 freight-significant highway locations
Tina Grady Barbaccia | September 22, 2011
The American Transportation Research Institute and the Federal Highway Administration on Wednesday, Sept. 22, released the findings of their annual report on congestion at freight-significant highway locations. The research, which assesses the level of truck-oriented congestion at 250 locations on the national highway system, uses ATRI-developed analysis methods, customized software tools and terabytes of data from trucking operations to produce a congestion severity ranking for each location.
For the rest of the article from Better Roads‘ sister publication, Commercial Carrier Journal, please go to http://www.ccjdigital.com/bottlenecks-studied-at-250-freight-significant-highway-locations/.
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