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TxDPS – Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Overview

Objective and Mission

L&W officer using canine to inspect an 18-wheeler

The objective of the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Service is to reduce commercial motor vehicle
accidents through the enforcement of Motor Carrier Safety Regulations; to protect the state highways from unnecessary
damage by securing compliance with state laws regulating weight of commercial vehicles; to ensure equitable payment of
commercial vehicle registration fees by enforcement of registration laws; to protect the rights, privileges, and safety
of the general public in the use of the public highway system by securing compliance with traffic laws and regulations
applicable to the operation of all vehicles.

L&W officer inspecting the tire of an 18-wheeler

The basic mission or responsibility of the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Service is weighing and
checking commercial vehicle traffic operating over the public highways of this state so that compliance with the
statutory provisions of law regulating weight, motor carrier safety, registration, transportation of persons,
hazardous material and other property

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Transportation Overview

The front and side of a school busIn accordance with Chancellor’s Regulation A-801 (see below for regulation with translations) , the DOE provides transportation to all eligible New York City students in public, charter, and non-public schools. In partnership with the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) and our school age and preschool bus companies, our mission is to ensure safe and reliable transportation to and from school.

See Transportation Rights for what you and your child can expect from DOE transportation services.

You can print out the Transportation Overview for Families, available in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Urdu.

Get Your Child’s Bus Information

District and charter school parents: Sign up for your NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) to view information on your child’s transportation services and busing information.

Your school can provide you with your child’s student ID.

Non-public school parents: Please contact your school to get information about your child’s bus

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