Conference Proceeding

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrations Research and Technology Initiatives to Enhance Commercial Driver Training, Licensing and Performance Management

Authors
  • Jerry Robin (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Washington, D.C.)
  • Ronald Knipling (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Washington, D.C.)

Abstract

This paper discusses several of the numerous commercial motor vehicle (CMV) driver training and safety performance enhancement initiatives being conducted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), Office of Research & Technology (R&T). Programs discussed include the Truck Simulator Validation Study, the Pilot Test of Fatigue Management Technologies and the Intelligent Vehicle Initiative: Heavy Vehicle Platform – Generation Zero Operational Tests. The document will also serve to acquaint the reader with the mission of the FMCSA. Additionally, it provides an overview of the vast scope of research being conducted by the FMCSA R&T Office.

How to Cite:

Robin, J. & Knipling, R., (2001) “Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrations Research and Technology Initiatives to Enhance Commercial Driver Training, Licensing and Performance Management”, Driving Assessment Conference 1(2001), 357-365. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/drivingassessment.1074

Rights: Copyright © 2001 the author(s)

Downloads:
Download pdf
View PDF

160 Views

127 Downloads

Published on
17 Aug 2001
Peer Reviewed