Daniel Murray has more than 23 years of experience in a broad range of transportation fields including trucking, intermodal freight planning, transportation technology applications and public transit. Additional areas of expertise include advanced technology applications in trucking, freight economic studies, and transportation policy analyses.
As Vice President of Research for the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI), Murray is responsible for managing more than $3.5M in transportation research, testing and evaluation. Murray is project manager for more than a dozen public-sector and ATRI-sponsored research initiatives, and was the lead designer for the FHWA Freight Performance Measures program and the US DOT-sponsored Real-Time Truck Parking Availability program.
In October 2016, Mr. Murray was one of two Independent Observers of the Level 4 Autonomous Truck’s “Colorado Beer Run”. Prior to his employment with ATRI, Murray worked in economic development for a Chicago economic development consortium and in developing transit programs, policy and funding with the Regional Transit Board in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota.