Smart Roadside Initiative (SRI)
The Smart Roadside Initiative (SRI) is a joint Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) program to reduce CMV crashes by more effectively targeting enforcement activities on less safe/high-risk motor carriers. A key tenet of the program is to leverage the use of interoperable, existing and deployed technologies and established communication protocols. The SRI Initiative includes the use of several ITS technologies/systems including wireless roadside inspections (WRI), electronic truck size and weight enforcement, electronic driver credentialing, customs/border preclearance and advanced traveler information systems, among others.
The Smart Roadside Initiative.
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. 2008 Smart Roadside Workshop.
Loftus, J. Smart Roadside for Commercial Vehicle Operations Initiative and Wireless Roadside Inspections. FMCSA. 2008.
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Wireless Roadside Inspection Program for Commercial Motor Vehicles
Federal Highway Administration. Commercial Vehicle Electronic Screening.
Federal Highway Administration. Electronic Tolling/Electronic Screening Interoperability Pilot Project. December, 2005.