ATRI seeks fleet manager input on fuel economy and fuel usage
Posted June 10, 2016
The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI), in conjunction with the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) and ExxonMobil launched an online survey seeking fleet manager input on fuel economy and fuel usage.
The survey will be investigating current and future approaches to improving fuel economy in heavy-duty (FHWA classes 7 and 8) truck fleets. Current and future trends in fuel-saving technologies and strategies in today’s trucking fleets will be documented. Additionally, fleet managers’ views on the advantages and disadvantages of alternative fuels will be examined.
The results of this research will help inform truck manufacturers, fuel providers, fleet managers, policy makers, and others with an interest in heavy-duty truck technology trends. The findings will also help provide a better understanding of the benefits and drawbacks associated with various fuels and fuel-saving technologies in heavy-duty fleets.
The confidential online survey is available until July 1, 2016. Participants who complete the survey can receive a copy of the final report later this summer.
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