Designed to support law enforcement, the truck and bus industries, state drivers' licensing agencies, and universities within the FMCSA Eastern Service Center (ESC), the Commercial Safety Technical Assistance Center (CV-STAC) provides guidance for development and/or expansion of partnerships and new programs, as well as replication of existing programs.
The CV-STAC builds on the momentum of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Research Summit, providing a resource and information center for stakeholders. Our aim is to increase each stakeholder's network of support and communication around best practices.
When you’re a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. And while that may be fine for some tasks, you’re going to want a broader set of tools if your aim is to improve safety for large trucks and buses.Read More >
The Summit will emphasize safety technology.Read More >
To clear up confusion surrounding statewide marijuana legalization's impact on commercial driver regulation, the Department of Transportation Office of Drug and Alcohol Policy and Compliance released the following notices.Read More >
T-Force Analytics provides a suite of advanced crash and inspection data tools for addressing Massachusetts commercial motor vehicle safety with the intent of assisting users users (law enforcement and state drivers licensing agencies) in implementing programmatic safety efforts, as well as specific regional programming by troop, barracks and high crash corridors.Read More >
View or download the Briefing Report and Attendee Feedback Report for the 2019 Commercial Vehicle Safety Summit: Best Practices for Industry & Law Enforcement Partnerships.Read More >
Check out our latest Best Practices page on Collision Avoidance Systems, including an overview of collision avoidance systems, Summit presentations, research and more.
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