Past Traffic Records Forums Index Page

The International Forum on Traffic Records and Highway Information Systems, as the largest conference in the world of its kind, brings together professionals who are involved in all aspects of collecting, managing, and using traffic records/highway safety data to help save lives.

Note:  These sites are displayed for historical purposes and are not actively maintained. 

38th Forum October 29-31, 2012 Biloxi, Mississippi
37th Forum July 31 - August 3, 2011 Charlotte, North Carolina
36th Forum July 25 - 28, 2010 New Orleans, Louisiana
35th Forum July 12 - 16, 2009 Phoenix, Arizona (no info available)
34th Forum July 26 - 31, 2008 Orlando, Florida (no info available)
33rd Forum July 22 - 26, 2007 St. Louis, Missouri
32nd Forum July 30 - August 3, 2006 Palm Desert, California
31st Forum July 31 - August 4, 2005 Buffalo, New York (no info available)
30th Forum July 25-29, 2004 Nashville, Tennessee
29th Forum July 14-17, 2003 Denver, Colorado
28th Forum July 2002 Orlando, Florida
27th Forum July 28-August 2, 2001 New Orleans, Louisiana
1st Forum November 1974 New Orleans, Louisiana

What is the Forum?

Each year, the Traffic Records Program is developed by ATSIP, with additional training sessions provided by other agencies. The Program varies from year to year based on current trends and needs. Generally, you will be able to get information on traffic records/highway safety data:

1) Usage,
2) Collection,
3) Analysis,
4) Current and Emerging Technologies,
5) Current Systems and Programs,
6) Research,
7) Current Issues and Emerging Needs, and
8) Many Other Related Topics.

The Traffic Records Forum is filled with exhibits, workshops, seminars, and presentations on topics of interest to the highway traffic safety community. Forum Attendees include State and Local law enforcement officials, engineers, motor vehicle officials, emergency medical services officials, judicial administrators, and highway safety personnel from across the United States and International Communities. Attendees can:

1) Attend sessions for the latest safety data collection methods and best practices,
2) Learn how to improve the accuracy of their traffic records and highway safety data,
3) Learn how to apply performance goals/measures in traffic records system improvements,
4) Learn about as well as how to implement a model traffic records system,
5) Learn about the importance of standards and guidelines for traffic records systems,
6) Find out how to organize and operate a successful traffic records committee,
7) Network with a variety of transportation and highway safety professionals, and
8) Discover how better data can help save lives