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    Posted: Mar/23/2016 at 4:24pm
The Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals (ATSIP) Program Committee invites presentations for the 42nd Annual Traffic Records Forum.  This year’s Forum will be held at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland from August 7 through August 10, 2016.   
 
ATSIP welcomes presentations on a wide variety of traffic records topics focusing on advances in areas of planning, operation, motor vehicle crashes, roadway, emergency medical systems, GIS, traffic enforcement, citation/adjudication, driver license, vehicle registration, Strategic Highway Safety Plans, workforce development, training, data visualization, and policy development.
 
The theme of the 2016 Forum Program is ‘Making Traffic Matter’ and will feature recent improvements in crash data collection and the use of traffic records component systems to help improve traffic safety planning and program evaluation efforts.  If you are involved in the development, collection, or analysis of transportation information, the 2016 Forum is the place to showcase your work.   
 
Once again, the Forum will feature Sunday afternoon workshops and the program will include roundtable discussions focusing on traffic records coordinating committees and data integration.  


Submissions will be accepted for 20 minute presentations, 60 minute sessions, or 90-minute sessions. The long sessions should be composed of multiple presentations on a related theme.  


Details for submitting abstracts can be found at www.trafficrecordsforum.org.  All submissions are due by April 30, 2016. Early submission is recommended.
 
Applications are also being accepted for Best Practices.  Two categories will be awarded this year, Programs and Data Visualization.  Submissions forms are available on the website also with a due date of April 30. 


 
Contact Information
Chris Corea
2016 Traffic Records Forum Program Chair
forum@atsip.org


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Thank you to everyone who submitted abstracts.  We look forward to this year's presentations!
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