ATSIP Best Practices in Traffic Records
2015 Best Practices in Traffic Records Competition
Winners for the 2015 competition were
announced at the 2015 Traffic Records Forum in
Costa Mesa, California .
What is the competition about?
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. Scroll below to view competition winners from prior years.
2015 Best Practices in Traffic Records
- Winner - The Connecticut Department of Transportation and the UCONN Transportation Safety Research Center
- The MMUCC PR-1 Story in CT: How a DOT/University Partnership Changed the Crash Reporting Landscape in CT Forever
2015 Best Traffic Records Web Pages
- Winner - Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) SEMCOG Traffic Crash Data
Visualization Project Award
- Winner - Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security - C.R.A.S.H.: Utilizing Predictive Modeling to Guide Traffic Enforcement