ATRI lands a regular gig on the airwaves
May 3, 2006 10:12 AM, from staff and wire reports
The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) announced that the Dave Nemo Show will host a semi-monthly ATRI Research program on XM Satellite Radio. The sessions, designed to discuss ATRI research initiatives and their impact on truck drivers and motor carriers, will air on Open Road Channel 171 every other Thursday at 8 am CST.
ATRI Vice-President Dan Murray will moderate each session's topics and introduce researchers and presenters. Nemo then will open the show to questions from call-in listeners.
Upcoming topics include:
--May 4--Hours of Service and Its Safety Impacts
--May 18---Congestion, Incidents, and Work Zones: Managing for Safety and Productivity
--June 1--Electronic On-board Recorders, On-board Safety Devices, and Data Privacy
--June 15--Transportation Funding: Who Pays, Who Benefits?
--June 29--The Role of Speed in Truck Safety
--July 13--Diesel Fuel Additives, Idling, and Emissions: Emerging Environmental Trends
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