What is CVISN?
The Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN) program was created to meet the common need to move freight safely, legally and economically.
Electronic Screening - How does it work?
WSDOT has installed CVISN technology at 12 weigh stations in Washington. Using Weigh-in-Motion (WIM), Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI), and Automated License Plate Readers (ALPR) commercial vehicles are electronically screened on the mainline approximately ½ mile ahead of the weigh station. The trucks weight, size, registration and safety record are verified and within milliseconds a signal to either bypass the weigh station or report to the weigh station is sent to the vehicle. If a vehicle cannot be identified by a transponder or its license plate “Truck Exit To Weigh Station” is displayed on the changeable message sign. Learn more...
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Transponder equipped trucks received over 1,383,000 green lights in 2014.
Transponder equipped trucks were pre-cleared and received more than 1,383,000 green lights at Washington weigh stations in 2014. It is estimated that each bypass saves a carrier approximately 5 minutes and approximately $10.04 in operating costs. The savings to industry in 2014 was approximately 115,000 hours of travel time and $13.9 million dollars.