Survey seeks driver input on North Carolina parking issues

Southeastern operators have until November 18 to provide insight

Posted October 24, 2016

The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) released a survey targeted to truck drivers that will identify and analyze truck parking issues in North Carolina. The brief online survey seeks important information from drivers on where, why, and when they park at locations throughout North Carolina. It also seeks information on how truck parking can be improved at both private truck stops and public rest areas.

The survey effort is sponsored by the North Carolina Department of Transportation, and the input will be used in freight planning throughout the state.

Commercial drivers who operate in the southeastern U.S. are encouraged to provide their truck parking insights and information through ATRI’s survey by Friday, November 18, 2016.

ATRI says all individual survey responses will be kept confidential. The results of this study will be available later this year.


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