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Stuck in traffic
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Friday, February 22, 2013
By Jon Ross Traffic congestion is a major cost for truckers in the current economy. In its recently released 2012 Urban Mobility Report , researchers at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) found traffic congestion cost truck drivers $27 billion in 2011. The researchers also found that some of this cost was recouped by the shippers, as it was passed onto consumers in the form of higher prices. The total cost of congestion for all transport totaled $121 bill...
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