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In May 2008 the Austin Police Department (APD) received a MCSAP grant to conduct a high visibility traffic enforcement project. This project incorporated two (e.g., education and enforcement) of the three elements required for a TACT Program. Once all preparatory work for the TACT campaign was completed, APD implemented TACT-like activities from October 6, 2008 through May 25, 2009. More than 4,800 citations were issued for offenses such as: speeding, failure to signal, unsafe movement, following to close, disregarding posted signs and road markings, and failure to use a seatbelt. More than 6,000 city-wide traffic surveys were completed to evaluate the project. These activities were completed in anticipation of applying for a MCSAP grant to cover a full TACT implementation in fiscal year 2009. In April 2009, ADP received MCSAP funding to migrate its TACT-like initiative.
Samples of Texas's media and communication activities from the TACT program can be obtained from State e-Toolkits.