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GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS  DOT REGULATORY NEWS


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FMCSA Seeks Approval to Research Driver Schedules and Fatigue The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has requested approval from the Office of Management and Budget to investigate how commercial motor vehicle drivers’ schedules impact overall driver performance and safety. 83 Fed. Reg. 53945 (October 25, 3018). The agency also seeks public comments on its proposal. The FMCSA intends to match data collected from driver logs with crash in- formation to determine the level of crash risk by hours


of driving. The agency also plans to estimate, for simi- larly situated drivers, the difference in crash risk after restarts that include two nights and those that do not. FMCSA will work with the OMB on the methodologies of these new statistical data collections. Specifically, the data collected will be able to ad- dress the following research questions: 1) What is the relative crash risk by hour of driving (e.g., the number of total crashes by hour/the num- ber of drivers by hour of driving);


2) What is the relative crash risk by hour of driving per week (e.g., the number of crashes by hour of driv- ing/the number of drivers by hour of driving per week);


3) What is the relative crash risk of driving breaks (e.g., comparison of crash rates for drivers who take no breaks compared to drivers who take one and two 30-minute breaks in one day);


4) What is the relative crash risk as a function of recov- ery periods that contain one period between 1 AM and 5 AM compared to two


periods between 1 AM and 5 AM and as a function of weekly working hours before and after a 34- hour restart (i.e., compare the relative crash risk of schedules with more op- portunities for restorative sleep during the natural circadian low); and


5) How each of the HOS pro- visions is being used? 


OMB Seeks Input on U.S.-Canada Regulatory Reform


The Office of Management and Budget seeks public input on how the Federal Government, under the


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