2014 ATRI Survey Asks Trucking Industry to Rank Top Concerns
For the 10th year in a row, the American Transport Research Institute (ATRI) has released a survey asking stakeholders in the trucking industry to rank their top industry concerns. ATRI is the trucking industry’s not-for-profit research organization.
“In complex times like this, it is critical that we do our part to help ensure a thriving future for the trucking industry,” said Philip Byrd Sr., chairman of American Trucking Associations, the organization that commissioned the survey.
During ATA’s Management Conference and Exhibition, scheduled for Oct. 4-7 in San Diego, the results of the survey will be released.
In 2013, the ATRI Survey concluded that the top trucking industry concerns were:
- Hours of service
- Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance, Safety, Accountability program, commonly known as CSA.
- Driver shortage issues
The ATA survey results will be used by the federation to better focus its advocacy role in the trucking industry.
To participate in the 2014 survey, click here.
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