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National ITS/CVO program
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    National intelligent transportation systems/commercial vehicle operations program
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    Final report
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    This report was developed as part of the study, “Systems Planning for Automated Commercial Vehicle Licensing and Permitting Systems.” The objective of this study was to define the requirements and develop a plan for a national program to apply Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) to commercial vehicle operations (CVO). The objectives of the report are to define goals and guiding principles for the national ITS/CVO program: define the relationships among ITS/CVO projects: describe approaches for organizing, managing, and funding the ITS/CVO program; and build a consensus among public and private sector CVO stakeholders in support of the national ITS/CVO program. The report provides detailed descriptions of more than 50 current and planned ITS/CVO projects, organized into five broad areas: safety assurance, credentials administration, electronic screening, carrier operations, and technical infrastructure through the Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN) initiative. The report also discusses the organization and management approach to the ITS/CVO program, including the mainstreaming initiative to foster ITS/CVO deployment at the national, regional, and state levels; and the FHWA’s role in managing and coordinating the ITS/CVO program. The report presents a “roadmap” to the ITS/CVO program that suggests the timing of the major projects and initiatives. Finally, the report provides a general funding approach for the ITS/CVO program, including an assessment of program expenditures and funding sources, and the identification of strategies for the devolution of funding responsibilities from the Federal government to the state and the private sector.

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