FY2021 High Priority- CMV

The objective of the HP-CMV program is to support, enrich, or evaluate CMV safety programs and to target unsafe driving of CMVs and non–CMVs in areas identified as high-risk crash corridors, improve the safe and secure movement of hazardous materials, improve safe transportation of goods and passengers


in foreign commerce, demonstrate new technologies to improve CMV safety; support participation in PRISM, support safety data improvement projects, increase public awareness and education on CMV safety, and otherwise improve CMV safety (see 49 CFR § 35 0. 403).
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Agency: Department of Transportation

Office: DOT-Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

Estimated Funding: $25,211,500

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