Welcome to ATSIP

ATSIP has migrated from a sub-committee under the National Safety Council to a stand-alone professional association in 2009. It exists to further the development and sharing of traffic records system procedures, tools, and professionalism. Membership is open to any professional working within the areas of traffic safety data collection, management, and analysis.

2019 Traffic Records Forum Presentation Materials

Presentation materials from the 2019 Traffic Records Forum are now available for download on the forum website.
If you were a presenter in 2019 and have not yet submitted your presentation please email it to manager@atsip.org.

News & Updates

In memory of our dear friend Bob Rasmussen

September 23, 2019

The Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals is sad to announce the passing of one of its significant, long-time members. Raymond Robert Rasmussen II, known to many as Bob or […] Read More

2019 Traffic Records Forum photos!

September 12, 2019

Thank you for helping us make the 2019 Traffic Records Forum a success! Our photographer captured nearly 500 pictures of the event. Click here to view on Flickr Powered by […] Read More

July 2019 ATSIP Newsletter

July 19, 2019

In this issue: A Message from the Executive Director Conference Registration Calling New and Young Professionals Thank You Sponsors View the Program Meet the 2019 Forum Plenary Speakers: Nadia Anderson, […] Read More

Introducing ATSIP's New Executive Director

May 2, 2019

The Executive Board is pleased to announce the hiring of ATSIP’s new executive director, Tara Casanova Powell. Tara has over twenty years of experience in the field of road safety […] Read More

April 2019 ATSIP Newsletter

April 10, 2019

In this issue: Traffic Records Forum Update Meet the Executive Director Data Governance Webinar A Thank You Can’t see the online pfd viewer? Click here to download.

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Membership

The membership of the Association shall be open to any person with an interest in traffic safety, have experience with data, or actively involved in the design, development, maintenance, and/or operation of transportation safety information systems or in their administration and use. This includes traffic safety data collectors, users, and managers. Acceptance into membership requires approval by the Board and payment of dues.

The Membership sub-committee is charged with the promotion of membership and the review of membership applications. New member candidate lists are presented to the Executive Board at their quarterly meetings.

Benefits to ATSIP Membership

  • As a member you will receive a reduced rate to the Forum, which provides an opportunity for traffic records professionals of all disciplines and in all types of related organizations to share their experiences, innovations, studies as we strive to provide decisions makers with information to make the most sound safety decisions for the motoring public.
  • You will have the opportunity to participate in projects on a national basis.
  • Your input on issues will be received and acted on.
  • You can volunteer to serve on numerous committees and be eligible to become a Board member.
  • Have access to the members-only section of the ATSIP web-site.

However the most compelling reason to be a member is a dedication to the most efficient use of traffic records and your willingness to support the only international organization dedicated to that purpose.

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Featured Information

Post-TRF MMUCC 6 Proposed Changes Document

The post-TRF MMUCC 6 Proposed Changes Document is now available to view! You can view the Addendum to the Sunday MMUCC session from the 2019...

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ANSI D.16 – 2017 Manual on Classification of Motor Vehicle Traffic Crashes, Eighth Edition

A PDF version of the ANSI D.16 - 2017 Manual on Classification of Motor Vehicle Traffic Crashes, Eighth Edition is now available for download: ANSI_D.16-2017.pdf (1MB). ...

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ANSI D16 Right To Appeal

Pursuant to ATSIP's designation as a standards developer by the American National Standards Institute, policies and procedures that govern the process have been developed. In...

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