ATRI study: Congestion costs U.S. trucking almost $50 billion

A study by the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) shows traffic congestion in 2014 cost the U.S. trucking industry about $49.6 billion. The Arlington, Virginia research organization says congestion on American highways caused more than 728 million hours of lost productivity in 2014, which is the same 264,500 commercial truck drivers sitting idle for an entire working year.

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