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Everyone Has a Role in Improving Data Quality

FMCSA’s data-driven safety programs use State-reported data from crashes and roadside inspections to prioritize resources for the greatest impact on large truck and bus safety. Review State and National safety data by selecting your State, or view National Trends.

Data current as of February 23, 2024
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SSDQ Measures Changing in April

4/1/2024 - The rating thresholds and timeliness standards for the SSDQ Measures, previewed for the past year, will take effect this April using the March snapshot. Review the upcoming changes.

New Supplemental Report

8/30/2023 - A new supplemental report titled the Number of Days to Upload by Month report was added to the State Data: Preview area for both the Crash and Inspection Timeliness measures.

Peer-to-Peer Sessions

6/6/2023 - We want to hear from you! Please use the link below to suggest topics or questions for discussion for our upcoming sessions.
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Motor carriers, review your safety data with FMCSA's Safety Measurement (SMS) and take action to help make the roads safer for everyone.

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Drivers, review your crash and inspection history with FMCSA's Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP). Safety compliance means safer roads.