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Montana Department of Transportation Motor Carrier Services (MCS) Division began employing a TACT-like program in specific, high-crash corridors in Montana in late 2007. This TACT-like initiative used only enforcement activities. The strategy placed a Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) officer in the cab of a CMV driven by an MCS employee and the officer identified unsafe activities and maneuvers in the vicinity of the vehicle. Both commercial and non commercial vehicles were monitored for aggressive driving in the vicinity of the CMV. Enforcement activities typically ran for three day periods (8 hours per day), with TACT-like enforcement revolving around the State and performed approximately once per quarter. To date, abbreviated TACT activities were conducted on highway corridors in or near five communities in the State: Polson, Butte, Bozeman, Billings and Belgrade. TACT-like activities have been conducted on interstate highways, to four and two-lane (with passing lanes) roads, and U.S. and State highways.
In light of Montana's experience with its TACT-like activities, Montana Department of Transportation intends to expand the program to include the education and evaluation components required to become a full TACT program. In April 2009, MCS received MCSAP funding to migrate its TACT-like initiative.