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Arlington, Virginia, 22203
(703) 838-1966, (770) 432-0638
www.atri-online.org
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The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI), a well-known leader in transportation-related research, is an organization whose hallmark is innovative thinking, critical analysis and uncompromised excellence. As part of the American Trucking Associations (ATA) Federation, ATRI benefits from the broad support of the ATA and its members.


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Assessing the Impact of Non-Preventable Crashes on CSA Scores
The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) CSA research, "Assessing the Impact of Non-Preventable Crashes on CSA Scores" estimates…

 

Analysis of Truck Driver Age Demographics Across Two Decades
To address these findings, the industry will need to develop a program that specifically targets younger generations of workers with appropriate…




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Self-Driving Technology for Commercial Trucking
Embark is working to make the self-driving future a reality, and while most of the spectacle has been around passenger vehicles, Embark believes that commercial trucking, the backbone of the U.S. economy, stands to reap untold benefits by deploying autonomous trucks, particularly during the “long haul”…
Could An Autonomous Self-Driving Semi Truck Deal With This Human Error?
The driver of the truck that miraculously avoided plowing into the back of a school bus carrying 20 school girls is being hailed a hero after…
Trucking Industry Congestion Costs Top $49.6 Billion
Traffic congestion on the U.S. National Highway System added over $49.6 billion in operational costs to the trucking industry in 2014, according…
New Research Quantifies Impact of Non-Preventable Crashes on CSA Scores
The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) released its latest CSA research, "Assessing the Impact of Non-Preventable Crashes on CSA…
Aging Truck Driver Work Force - A Major Issue in Filling Demand & Empty Seats
With a combination of retirements and people exiting the industry, carriers need to recruit in roughly 100,000 drivers per year over the next…
Fuel Dip “Savings” Offset By Surge in Costs for Drivers, Equipment, and Healthcare
Shippers negotiating with carriers over 2015 freight rates ought not be swayed by the dramatic lowering of diesel fuel costs into believing their…


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