RSF 39 CVISN, Mainline (1) Automated Screening Utilizing LPR and USDOTR

Grants and Contracts Details


Since the implementation of this ramp screening system known as Kentucky Automated Truck Screening (KATS) has been deployed at the London I-75 Northbound scale and six more systems are funded and currently being deployed at Kentucky’s superstations. All previous deployments of these systems have been on a weigh station ramp. This one will be on the mainline for the I-64 Eastbound station in Shelby County. I. OBJECTIVES The objectives of this project will include: • Increase the utilization of the KATS system technology • Increase the number of inspections for motor carriers in the PRISM target file • Improve the ability to identify a FOOS truck • Identify motor carriers with potential credential or registration violations • Identify motor carriers with a poor safety history • Provide training to officers and inspectors in the use and benefits of the technology • Analyze the accuracy of the license plate reader, USDOT reader, and KYU reader • Analyze the benefit of the technology in a mainline setting The cost will be $351,083 for this installation
Effective start/end date12/1/136/30/16


  • KY Transportation Cabinet: $153,774.00


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