RSF 39, Implementation of a Mainline Screening System

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
Effective start/end date7/1/168/31/16


  • KY Transportation Cabinet: $6,041.00


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