TORONTO, Ont. — The due date to finish an overview to help an investigation of truck stopping and rest regions in southern Ontario has been reached out until April 30, as examiners hope to secure more members.
SPR Associates is gathering the data for the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, and has so far gathered 1,700 reactions. In any case, that is clearly insufficient.
“The information is top notch,” says examine chief Ted Harvey, alluding to data that has been given around 25 expressway sections, and around 30,000 stopping and administration appraisals for more than 70 truck stops.
The data will be utilized to figure out where extra truck stopping is required, and what courtesies drivers require at truck stops.