Part One of a Two-Part Series -- When Americans celebrated the holidays, many of their homes and businesses were filled with gifts, paper goods, food and gadgets delivered by an extensive UPS fleet negotiating the nation’s weathered transportation network.
The Ups & Downs of Infrastructure Roads, bridges, rail, airports and ports are among the anchors of our nation and economy. Without each properly maintained, modernized and invested in, our transportation system is slower, less safe and not as efficient. Infrastructure was a prominent issue in the 2016 presidential election
Part Two of a Two-Part Series -- “If every UPS vehicle is five minutes late due to congestion per day, it costs the company $114 million annually,” says Tom Jensen, Vice President of Transportation Policy at UPS.