CVSA Submits Comments on the Enhanced Inspection Program to House T&I Committee

CVSA  about CVSA’s Enhanced Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Inspection Program for the record of the Sept. 13 U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure’s Subcommittee on Highways and Transit’s hearing on “The Future of Automated Commercial Motor Vehicles: Impacts on Society, the Supply Chain and U.S. Economic Leadership.” The hearing offered an opportunity for members to engage with industry stakeholders to better understand the state of automated driving system (ADS) technology and the potential impacts to roadway safety and supply chain efficiency. CVSA’s comments highlighted key elements of the Enhanced CMV Inspection Program, as well as the need for members of Congress to consider policies that look beyond ADS technology itself and address how overall safety and compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations will be established and maintained.