From Good to Great:
         How to Grow the
World’s Biggest Trade Relationship
       One Truck at a Time




           ...
Chart 1: Ontario-US Cross-Border Truck Trips
                                         (Public Bridge Operators Association...
Chart 2: Comparison of Typical US-Canada Configurations
       United States                             Canada
       Tan...
Chart 3: Comparison of Typical US-Canada Configurations
    US – Proposals                  Canada -- Equivalents
        ...
Chart 4: Canada’s LCV Network
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2009 bradley

  1. 1. From Good to Great: How to Grow the World’s Biggest Trade Relationship One Truck at a Time David Bradley CEO, Canadian Trucking Alliance
  2. 2. Chart 1: Ontario-US Cross-Border Truck Trips (Public Bridge Operators Association) 9.1 8.5 Truck Traffic (Millions) 7.9 7.3 6.7 6.1 5.5 95 96 97 02 03 08 09 98 99 00 01 04 05 06 07 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
  3. 3. Chart 2: Comparison of Typical US-Canada Configurations United States Canada Tandem-Tandem Tandem-Tandem (75 ½ ft) 80,000 lbs 87,000 – 92,000 lbs Tridem (244” tractor wb; 53 ft trailer) No tractor length restriction 102,000 – 107,000 lbs Semi-trailer lengths may vary Quad 122,000 – 127,000 lbs STAA Double (2 x 28 ft trailers) Double (82 ft Combination Length) 80,000 lbs 137,000 – 139,000 lbs LCV (95-116 ft) LCV (131-134 ft) 95,000 – 143,000 lbs 137,000 – 139,000 lbs
  4. 4. Chart 3: Comparison of Typical US-Canada Configurations US – Proposals Canada -- Equivalents Tridem Tridem 97,000 lbs 102,000 – 107,000 lbs Double Double 9 Axle (2 x 33ft semi-trailers) 8 Axle B-Train 111,000 lbs 137,000 lbs
  5. 5. Chart 4: Canada’s LCV Network

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