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Awards: ITS "Project of the Year" 2014

  • The ITS Midwest Project of the Year 2014 Award went to…
    Kentucky Automated Truck Screening (KATS)
    by Department of Vehicle Regulation (DVR) of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), KSP-CVE, and the Kentucky Transportation Center (KTC)

Kentucky Automated Truck Screening (KATS)

by Department of Vehicle Regulation (DVR) within the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), KSP-CVE, and the Kentucky Transportation Center (KTC)
The Department of Vehicle Regulation (DVR) within the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), KSP-CVE, and the Kentucky Transportation Center (KTC) worked together to implement the Kentucky Automated Truck Screening (KATS) project. Identifying the right trucks for inspection can lead to fewer unsafe trucks on the roadways and increased revenue for Kentucky. KATS, working to identify those trucks, utilizes a license plate reader, U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT)/KYU number reader, and scene camera technology to collect and process identifying information from the vehicle.
Download the KATS Project Fact Sheet [119KB, 2 pages] to learn more about this project

KATS is ITS Project of the Year 2014

Jerry Kissick (center), and Jennifer Walton (right), Kentucky Transportation Center, accept the 2014 ITS Midwest Project of the Year Award from John Gray (left), ITS Midwest President. (photo courtesy of Kevin Price).

About the ITS Midwest "Project of the Year" Award

Each year one or more ITS projects are chosen to receive the ITS Midwest Project of the Year Award.
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