Monday, January 14, 2013


Who’s king of the road?
Big trucks make up 4.3 percent of all highway vehicles, but in the most congested corridors, every fourth vehicle is a truck.

Does it ever seem like you’re surrounded by big trucks on the highway? Maybe you are, but you probably live in a heavily-traveled corridor.
The fact is, big trucks make up just 4.3 percent of all highway vehicles and account for just 10 percent of total highway miles traveled.
So why does it seem like there are so many? We take a look at trucking through a photo gallery today at Face the Facts USA. Click to see it and locate the country’s most freight-congested stretches of highway. While at our website, add to the discussion. Do you feel safe sharing the road with big rigs?


Federal Highway Administration: "III. THE FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM"

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