Einstein Attacks Shift Inversion As Major Cause of Motorcoach Accidents

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In his 11th and 12th monthly installments (over the past 13 years) on the subject of driver fatigue for National Bus Trader magazine, Transportation Alternatives President Ned Einstein once again attacks “shift inversion” as the major cause of Motorcoach drivers (and others) falling asleep at the wheel. (The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance received more than 500,000 complaints about motorcoach safety!) In these unusual pieces, Mr. Einstein outlines a way to avoid the phenomenon he coined as “Bus Lag” with an approach known as “Bio-Sensitive Driver Assignment.” These articles may be viewed at www.transalt.com – scroll down on Home Page to “Articles and Publications by Ned Einstein.” You will see the articles Bio-Sensitive Driver Assignment, Parts 1 and 2.  Beginning in September, 2014, Mr. Einstein will begin a short series of installments in NBT titled “Bus Lag.”

By the way, for those of you who may not know, Transportation Alternatives moved into new, larger headquarters three years ago:

15-17 South William Street, Suite 3A
New York, NY 10004
212-766-1121
212-766-1122 (f)
einstein@transalt.com

The two articles about “Bio-Sensitive Driver Assignment” address the following accident/incident themes:

  • Accident analysis
  • Bus operations
  • Catastrophic accidents
  • Charter service
  • Dispatching
  • Driver/motorist fatigue
  • Fatigue
  • Management
  • Motorcoach
  • Operations
  • Public transportation
  • Regulations
  • Safety
  • Scheduling
  • Tour bus service
  • Transportation safety