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National Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Network Deployment Program

Goal

To work with eligible States and motor carrier industry stakeholders to implement core and expanded Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN) capabilities that improve the safety and productivity of commercial vehicle operations and enhance transportation security in four primary areas: driver information sharing, enhanced safety information exchange, smart roadside, and expanded electronic credentialing.

Background

The CVISN program is part of the nationwide Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Initiative to improve safety, security, and productivity by deploying information sharing systems and technology. This project was implemented in order to provide software development, maintenance and technical support to enhance State's capabilities to exchange data between Federal and private systems.

Summary

To provide support for research, development, testing, evaluation, and assessment of programs to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and safety of current and future elements of the CVISN program, in particular, CVO

Milestones

2011-17     CVISN core deployment of all States by 2017and continued
                     CVISN expanded deployment.

Funding

$3,000,000               

Status

As of September 30, 2014, 33 States were certified as Core CVISN Compliant with DE being certified on September 16, 2014. The CVISN program will see widespread activity in 2015 when an additional five to eight States are expected to be Core CVISN Compliant-certified.

Contractor

Volpe and Credence Management Solutions, LLC for CVISN State Support.

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