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Commercial Driver's License Program Improvement Grants Current Fiscal Year Awards

Purpose

To improve highway safety by ensuring that States are in compliance with the Federal regulations that require drivers of large trucks and buses to be qualified to obtain and hold the commercial driver’s license necessary to operate those vehicles.

Authorization

49 U.S.C. § 31104 (2016), 49 U.S.C. § 31313 (2018), as amended by the FAST Act, Pub. L. No. § 114-94, §§ 5101(c) and 5104 (2015); Consolidated Appropriations Act 2019, Pub. L. No. 116-6.

Statute

49 U.S.C. §§ 31311, 31313 (2006), as amended.

Grantees

States and the District of Columbia. For High Priority and Emerging Issues funding, eligible applicants include States, local governments, and other persons capable of conducting eligible work that is national in scope and benefit.


Type of Grant

Discretionary

Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Number 

20.232

Match

Up to 15%

Grantee

Amount

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency

$2,311,971

Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles

$1,709,623

Delaware Department of Transportation

$657,392

Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles

$915,907

Georgia Department of Driver Services

$312,576

Idaho Transportation Department

$173,470

Illinois Secretary of State

$1,420,639

Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles

$1,024,100

Indiana Supreme Court

$483,086

Executive Office of the Commonwealth of Kentucky

$894,140

Louisiana - Department of Public Safety

$1,056,703

Supreme Court of Louisiana

$732,900

Missouri Office of State Courts Administrator

$311,718

Mississippi Department of Public Safety

$456,245

NC Department of Transportation Div. of Motor Vehicles

$482,357

Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles

$70,454

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission

$803,241

The National Judicial College

$1,070,175

New York State Department of Motor Vehicles

$3,966,153

State of Ohio

$36,081

PennDOT Safety Administration

$1,286,288

South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles

$563,717

State of Tennessee 

$700,435

American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators

$5,603,442

Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Motor Vehicles

$147,792

National Center for State Courts

$1,287,620

National District Attorneys Association

$1,019,912

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

$1,488,223

West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles

$336,640

TOTAL
$31,323,000
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