Estimating the Value of Truck Travel Time Reliability Survey
The National Academy of Sciences is currently conducting a survey on how shippers and motor carriers make transportation decisions, particularly about how they value travel time reliability. This is a nationwide survey of shippers, forwarders and motor carriers to better understand how they react to the business risks and economic costs of unreliable truck travel. The ultimate goal is to estimate a value of reliability that can be used in benefit-cost analyses and other planning processes nationwide, to improve the evaluation of transportation projects and policies.
The survey should take no longer than 15 minutes and is intended for the staff or managers involved in making transportation decisions. Responses will only be used for research purposes, and no single response will be made public.