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US Trucking Industry hauls record $726 billion in freight in 2015

By Dan Boaz | Aug 16, 2016

2015 was a remarkable year for the US trucking industry which saw it set a new record by hauling freight worth in excess of $726 billion over the twelve months. The latest data is provided by the American Trucking Association (ATA) and signals back-to-back years that freight value has exceeded $700 billion.

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New study explores true cost to vehicles from damaged roads and highways

By Dan Boaz | Jul 9, 2015

We find ourselves frequently writing about the importance of investment in transportation infrastructure and the economic impact of congestion and highway issues nationwide. A new study actually analyzes the true cost to an average driver due to damaged road surfaces.

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2014 saw new record revenues for U.S. trucking industry

By Dan Boaz | May 22, 2015

A recent report released by the American Trucking Association as part of their 2015 "American Trucking Trends" revealed that the nationwide trucking industry saw good growth in 2014 reaching an all-time revenue peak of just over $700 billion

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