FY2020 Commercial Motor Vehicle Operator Safety Training Grant Program

The CMVOST grant program supports the Secretary’s strategic goals.

The purpose is to expand the number of commercial driver’s license (CDL) holders possessing enhanced operator safety training to help reduce the severity and number of crashes on U. S. roads involving CMVs.



this grant seeks to assist current or former members of the U. S. Armed Forces, including National Guard and Reservists, obtain a CDL.

This NOFO provides important information about the FY 2020 CMVOST program activities/projects and guidance related to preparing and submitting a grant application.

CMVOST grant funds are awarded through a competitive grant process.

No assurance of funding is implied, nor should it be inferred.
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