Wait times outside terminal gates has long been a complaint by the motor carrier community.  Wait times have traditionally been calculated from the marine terminal ingate to their outgate with no account for the time trucks spend waiting to get to the ingate.

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We welcome this new technology and are looking forward to seeing that data.

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