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1 2014 Annual Reports -- Florida’s Turnpike Incident Management Program Featured

Florida’s Turnpike Incident Management Program is one of the most effective and respected programs in the U.S. It is multifaceted and comprised of various programs: its TIM initiatives/outreach efforts, traffic management center (TMC), Road Ranger Safety…

2 Michigan TIM Action Team Action Plan (2013-2016) Featured

The 2013-2016 Michigan Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) sets a course to continue reducing traffic crashes, deaths, and injuries and building on previous years’ success in these areas. One of the SHSP’s emphasis areas is TIM, and a TIM Action Team…

3 2013 SMART SunGuide ITS Annual Report

The year 2013 was quite productive for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District Four Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Program. With a strong team of FDOT leadership, coupled with the services of an experienced ITS Unit, the Regional…

4 Albuquerque Regional Update

The TIM committee meets primarily with the onset of winter and dust season. Twice a year. Roles and responsibilities are communicated via Train the Trainer and winter coordination meetings that include both towing and traffic control contractors. The MOU…

5 Atlanta Regional Update

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), conducted a one and a half day advanced workshop for traffic incident management (TIM) practitioners in the Atlanta, GA metropolitan area, as a…

6 Austin Regional Update

The Austin-area Incident Management for Highways (AIM High) program has fostered very good relationships among emergency responders in the region. Together, fire and police personnel have taken a very aggressive stance to get the road opened as quickly as…

7 Birmingham Regional Update

Handshake agreements exist only, however, it is clear ALDOT is the lead and has control over all other entities. “Statewide, TIM train the trainer is in the deployment state. A multidisciplinary TIM program is of the goals and Birmingham should benefit.”…

8 Boston Regional Update

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), in conjunction with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT), conducted a 1.5-day workshop for 33 traffic incident management (TIM) practitioners in the Boston, MA, metropolitan area, as a part of…

9 Buffalo Regional Update

TIM teams meet monthly (alternating large sessions and small group sessions that rotate around the region and different facilities). Various transportation, police, fire, and towing agencies, as well as DEC, EMS, and the Department of Agriculture are involved…

10 Charlotte Regional Update

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), in conjunction with the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), conducted a 1.5-day workshop for 34 traffic incident management (TIM) practitioners in the Charlotte metropolitan area, as a part of the…

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