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ATRI survey to address truck parking concerns

Drivers can participate anonymously online through website

Posted April 11, 2019

The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) recently launched an online survey seeking input from drivers on truck parking information systems.

Professional driver input is being sought on the preferences for data formats and delivery mechanisms for parking spot availability information. Standardizing truck parking information systems based on driver preferences is one of ATRI’s top priority research topics for 2019.

ATRI surveyed drivers at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville last month and is making the survey available online for drivers who were unable to attend the show. Parking continues to rank as a top industry issue according to ATRI’s annual industry survey. In 2018 parking ranked No. 2 for drivers after the hours-of-service rules as a top issue.

ATRI will collect driver responses on the survey through the end of May. Drivers can participate anonymously on the ATRI website

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