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FMCSA safety program effectiveness measurement : Roadside Intervention Effectiveness Model FY 2012, [analysis brief].
  • Published Date:
    2016-02-01
  • Language:
    English
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  • Publication/ Report Number:
    RRA-15-013-B
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  • Abstract:
    Roadside Inspection and Traffic Enforcement are two of

    the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s

    (FMCSA’s) key safety programs. The Roadside

    Inspection Program consists of roadside inspections

    performed by qualified safety inspectors. These

    inspections follow the North American Standard

    guidelines, which were developed by FMCSA and the

    Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance. Most roadside

    inspections are conducted by the States under the Motor

    Carrier Safety Assistance Program. There are six levels of

    inspections that include a vehicle component, a driver

    component, or both. Separately, the Traffic Enforcement

    Program is composed of two distinct activities: a traffic

    stop as a result of a moving violation, and a subsequent

    roadside inspection.

    FMCSA developed an analytic model to measure the

    effectiveness of roadside inspections and traffic

    enforcements in terms of crashes prevented, injuries

    prevented, and lives saved. This model, previously

    known as the Intervention Model, is currently known as

    the Roadside Intervention Effectiveness Model (RIEM).

    In this model, traffic enforcements and roadside

    inspections are considered interventions.

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