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|Publication Number: Date: March/April 2000|
Issue No: Vol. 63 No. 5
Date: March/April 2000
New Transportation Web Sites Unveiled
FMCSA Creates New Web Site
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has created a new Web site: www.fmcsa.dot.gov. The site provides valuable data to help those interested in meeting safety, compliance, and enforcement challenges. It includes information about safety programs, rules and regulations, licensing and insurance, the Performance and Registration Information Systems Management (PRISM) program, the Safety and Fitness Electronic Records (SAFER) System, and accident statistics. Also, a copy of the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act of 1999, the legislation that created FMCSA, can be downloaded from the site.
The site also offers Analysis and Information Online (A&I). Members of state and local governments, truck and bus drivers, researchers, shippers, insurers, and the general public can have access to truck safety statistics and the most recent safety analysis. A&I has four basic components:
For more information about the FMCSA Web site, contact David Longo at (202) 366-0456.
ITS PCB Web Page Is Now Available
The ITS Professional Capacity Building (PCB) program Web page is now available. Visit http://pcb.volpe.dot.gov to access information that can assist transportation professionals in developing the skills to develop and manage ITS projects.
The ITS PCB program was formed to assist transportation professionals in developing the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to deploy, operate, and manage ITS projects. The program is multi-modal in nature, addressing the needs of professionals on all levels of government and within academia, professional associations, and public and private sector transportation agencies. The Web site provides a comprehensive description of the ITS PCB program offerings available to transportation professionals. It also includes links to other relevant Web sites and names of individuals who can assist in building the skills necessary to effectively manage ITS projects. The four elements incorporated into the Web site include: training, education, technical assistance, and information outreach and dissemination. For more information, contact Thomas Humphrey at (202) 366-2211 or firstname.lastname@example.org.