Major Mark Savage of the Colorado State Police and president of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance.
Capt. Norman “Bill” Dofflemyer, Division Commander for the Maryland State Police
Anne Ferro, administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
Steve Keppler, CVSA's executive director
The first step in the inspection process is to direct commercial vehicles into the 'screening' lot.
Vehicles directed to the left of the concrete barriers in the screening lot are sent back on their way. If they come down the right hand side towards the officer in the foreground, they are headed for the inspectors.
Officers in the inspection lot preparing for new arrivals. Vehicles and drivers already undergoing checks can be seen in the background.
The Maryland State Police received the help of 23 other federal, state, and local agencies manning the FedEx Field inspection site.
Vehicles placed out of service were directed to a separate lot to make repairs. Once completed, drivers had to bring their paperwork to officers in the pickup truck in the foreground before they could leave.
A variety of roadside repair firms were on hand at FedEx Field to help truckers fix their rigs and get back on the road.
Once their repairs got cleared, truckers moved past one last enforcement station on their way back to the open road.
The Maryland State Police brought their 'Incident Command Vehicle' to the FedEx Field site to help manage the Roadcheck enforcement effort.