Best Practices in Traffic Records - Project
Traffic records is the vital tool needed for reducing motor
vehicle crashes. Experts in both public and private safety arenas,
stress the importance of making the best data available for safety
programs to be the most effective. Projects to improve data capture,
manipulation and evaluation are experiencing great success
throughout the country and the world. Best Practices seeks to bring
as many of these projects to the forefront as possible so we may all
benefit now and in the years to come.
Best Practices in Traffic Records - Webpage
Again for 2013, ATSIP seeks to recognize exemplary work in the
field of "Best Traffic Records Web Page". A wealth of information
exists on the Internet. This questionnaire, and a visit to your web
site, will provide the means of evaluation for the committee to
select and award the governmental agency that makes the most
complete and accurate traffic records safety information available
to the public. Characteristics we will be considering include:
Best Practices in Traffic Records - Data Visualization
This year, the Association for Traffic Safety Information
Professionals (ATSIP) will be giving an award for the best use of a
Data Visualization project based on traffic records data. This award
is designed to encourage the use of data visualization options for
helping decision makers make better informed policy and investment
decisions in support of transportation safety.
ATSIP Distinguished Achievement
At the Traffic Records Forum, the Association of
Transportation Safety Information Professionals
(ATSIP) will recognize an organization or individual
having demonstrated extraordinary achievement in
improving traffic records and highway traffic safety
at a state, regional or national level. This award
program provides an opportunity to honor those
dedicated to advancing ATSIP’s strategic goals.
Congratulations, Dr. David Brown!
- Winners were recognized during
the 2013 Traffic Records Forum in
St. Paul, Minnesota.
Thank you to all who participated in the competition and
congratulations to our winners. ATSIP appreciates your
efforts and contributions to the traffic safety community,
and we hope to see you at the 2013 Traffic Records Forum.