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What is the Traffic Records Forum?

The Traffic Records Forum provides an opportunity for traffic records professionals of all disciplines and in all types of organizations to share their experiences, innovations, studies, technologies, etc. in presentations, sessions and conversations. 

Presentations are welcome on all traffic records-related topics. Information about paper submission will be forthcoming.

The Traffic Records Forum is a three or four-day opportunity to view or participate in presentations, exhibits, workshops, and seminars on topics of interest to the highway traffic safety and data communities, and to help guide national discourse about traffic records during the ATSIP general meeting.

The 2014 Traffic Records Forum Program includes Ms. Deborah Hersman, President and CEO of the National Safety Council, as keynote speaker, one or more plenary sessions of general interest to all attendees, and multiple break-out sessions, with additional training sessions preceding the Forum proper. The Monday, October 27 Luncheon speaker will be Ms. Fran Bents, Manager at the Westat Transportation and Safety Research Group. ATSIP sets a new Forum Program annually, under the direction of its Board and with the participation of member organizations. The Forum Theme and Program varies from year to year, based on current trends and needs.

Generally, presentations are given on all types of traffic records/highway safety data, and may address:

  • Usage
  • Collection
  • Analysis
  • Current and Emerging Technologies
  • Current Systems and Programs
  • Research
  • Current Issues and Emerging Needs
  • Many Other Related Topics

Who Attends?

State and Local law enforcement officials, engineers, motor vehicle officials, emergency medical services providers, judicial administrators, and highway safety personnel from across the United States and international communities.

Attendees can:

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

To view information on past Traffic Records Forum, visit previous content on the Archive Forum page of the ATSIP website: Click here to view PAST Traffic Records Forum



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