Items Tagged with 'American Transportation Research Institute'

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Electronic logging devices mandate, hours of service top truckers’ list of concerns: survey

Las Vegas – A federal requirement to use electronic logging devices in place of paper logs to record hours of service is the top issue affecting motor carriers, commercial motor vehicle drivers and other industry stakeholders, according to the results of a survey conducted by the Arlington, VA-based American Transportation Research Institute (the research arm of the American Trucking Associations).
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Surveys seek feedback about CMV driver medical exams

Arlington, VA – A new set of surveys from the American Transportation Research Institute (the research arm of the American Trucking Associations) and Mayo Clinic asks motor carriers and commercial motor vehicle drivers about how regulatory changes have affected the quality and length of driver medical examinations.
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Truck crashes increased after restart rule, ATRI claims

Arlington, VA – A statistically significant increase in commercial truck crashes occurred following the implementation of a 34-hour restart provision in the federal hours-of-service rule, according to the American Transportation Research Institute.
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Surveys seek truck driver input on HOS, detention time

Arlington, VA – The American Transportation Research Institute is inviting truck drivers to participate in two new surveys on how hours-of-service regulations and downtime caused by shippers and receivers have affected their operations.
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