University of California Transportation Center
LTL Trucking in Los Angeles: Congestion Relief Through Terminal Siting
- Author(s): Hall, Randolph W.
- Lin, Wei Hua
- et al.
Traffic congestion in the Los Angeles region may cost individuals and industry as much as $2 billion a year, in lost time and lost productivity. Much of this cost is borne by the trucking industry and its customers. To address this concern, this report develops and evaluates strategies for reducing congestion delays incurred by less-than-truckload (LTL) motor carriers in Los Angeles.