Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks (TACT) programs have been and are being implemented in several states. The map below depicts which States conduct a high-visibility traffic enforcement program or other, non-commercial motor vehicle-related, initiatives. Click on a State to learn more about the program there or to locate the State Lead MCSAP Agency Representative.
(Current TACT States: Washington,Kentucky, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Texas, Nevada, Oregon, Indiana, Montana, and New Jersey, South Dakota, Maine, Connecticut, and Rhode Island operate locally funded traffic enforcement activities. All remaining States are classified as "MCSAP non-commercial motor vehicle traffic enforcement.")
Guidelines for States
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released guidelines for implementing a high-visibility traffic enforcement program to reduce unsafe driving behaviors among drivers of passenger and commercial motor vehicles. The guidelines draw on examples and lessons learned from the successful TACT demonstration program in Washington State.