Groups sue to block CSA 2010

| November 30, 2010

“In those categories where the accuracy of scores is questionable (the Crash Indicator and Cargo-Related BASIC) scores should appropriately be kept from public view.”

ATA said that FMCSA has demonstrated a willingness to respond to its concerns related to CSA 2010, noting that the agency in August announced that it will incorporate vehicle mileage into its measure of exposure. ATA also had advocated withholding Cargo-Related BASIC scores from public view until the system had been modified to ensure that the scores are more fair and accurate — a move FMCSA announced on Nov. 18.