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Audio recordings are available for the following sessions, which can be found on the Virtual Forum page.  They are large .wmv files that need to be downloaded to your computer.  The sessions were recording using GoToWebinar; if you have never used GoToWebinar you may be asked to download a small codec.  You can get the codec without the gotomeeting software at this link: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/codec?Portal=www.gotomeeting.com.

  • A Yardstick for Traffic Records:  NHTSA's TR Performance Measures

  • The NHTSA State Traffic Records Process

  • DOT TRCC Meeting

  • NHTSA MMUCC Workshop

 

2011 Traffic Records Forum Roster  (.pdf, 51k)
 

 

What is the Forum?

The Traffic Records Forum is the largest conference of its kind in the world, bringing together professionals from many disciplines for the open exchange of research, innovation and techniques in the collection and use of traffic safety data. Drawing more than 300 participants annually, the Forum strives to provide the latest information on methods and technological advances that are designed to improve the quality and completeness of traffic safety data and the efficient and effective use of these data in developing programs and policies to reduce crashes, fatalities and injuries on our roadways.

The Forum Program is developed by the Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals (ATSIP), a voluntary professional organization dedicated to improving traffic safety data systems.


Who Should Attend?

Collectors, program managers and users of highway safety information

Administrators and policy-makers

Representatives of government agencies and research institutions

 

What Topics Are Addressed?

Crash, roadway, driver, vehicle, citation/adjudication & EMS information

Emerging technologies for data capture

Best practices in the dissemination and use of data

Integration of traffic, criminal and public health data

Data standards (MMUCC, MIRE, NEMSIS, ANSI D.16.1, etc.)


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