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Greater Philadelphia Region TIM Program Benefits from MPO Leadership

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Across the U.S., TIM programs are realizing significant benefits in terms of improved incident response, interagency coordination, and a reduction in regional congestion thanks to the involvement of their respective Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs). As a result, interest continues to grow among members of the TIM community where an MPO is not currently involved. And, with this interest may come various questions: What exactly is the MPO’s role in administering a TIM program? What benefits does an MPO provide? How is it decided if an MPO should be involved?


Topics in this article include an overview of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’s (DVRPC) TIM Program’s Incident Management Task Forces, several regional TIM Guidelines, training information, DVRPC’s role and tips for success for MPOs, funding opportunities, and several resources.


This article appeared in the May 2014 issue. There is no attachment for this article.

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Agency/Organization (or Publication/Conference):The Responder
State:Pennsylvania
Year:2014
Website:

http://timnetwork.org/2014/05/greater-philadelphia-region-tim-program-benefits-from-mpo-leadership/ 

National Unifying Goal (NUG) Strategies:TIM Partnerships & Programs, Multidisciplinary NIMS & TIM Training, Awareness & Educational Partnerships, Practices for Responder Safety
Industry Topics:MPO/RPO, Program Evaluation, Traffic Management, Training
Resource Type:Articles
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