An evaluation of the Maryland Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks program indicated the program would have a benefit-to-cost ratio ranging from 3.17 to 4.83 over a 10 year lifecycle.
- An overall benefit-to-cost ratio ranging from 3.17 to 4.83.
- Credential processing benefit-to-cost ratio between 1.93 and 3.00.
- Roadside operations of safety enforcement with a benefit/cost ratio between 4.01 to 6.08.
- The benefit-to-cost ratio for state agencies is between 1.41 and 1.66.
- Commercial motor carrier industry achieving a benefit-to-cost ratio between 6.49 to 10.71.
Perceived Benefits and Utilization of Technology: A Comprehensive Survey of the Maryland Motor Carrier Industry.
Benefit-Cost Assessment of the Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN) in Maryland
A Report to the Maryland General Assembly Senate Budget and Taxation Committee and House Appropriations Committee regarding Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Network
Author: Maryland DOT
Prepared by the Maryland DOT for the Maryland General Assembly
Source Date: November 1998
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Intelligent Transportation Systems > Commercial Vehicle Operations > Credentials Administration
Intelligent Transportation Systems > Commercial Vehicle Operations > Electronic Screening > Safety Screening
Intelligent Transportation Systems > Commercial Vehicle Operations > Safety Assurance > Safety Information Exchange