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Washington’s Traffic Records Committee &
The Washington Traffic Records Committee enhances transportation safety through coordinated projects to provide more timely, accurate, and accessible statewide traffic data.
What is Traffic Records? Collision data Driver Licenses Fatality Reporting Citations & Adjudication Washington Traffic Records System Vehicle Information Location & Roadway Information Injury Data Motor Carrier Information
Purpose of the Traffic Records Committee Ø Provide a statewide forum for the creation & coordination of improvement projects. Ø Leverage technology & appropriate standards to improve traffic records data. Ø Improve the interoperability & exchange of traffic data among systems and stakeholders.
Purpose of the Oversight Committee Ø Provide policy and program oversight for traffic records efforts. Ø Ensure Traffic Records projects align with individual agency priorities. Ø Establish a collaborative corps of executive leaders to enhance interagency cooperation and achieve mutual goals.
Who Is Involved? Ø Washington State Patrol Ø Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Ø Administrative Office of the Courts Ø Seattle Police Department Ø Association of Washington Cities Ø Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs Ø County Road Administration Board Ø Washington Traffic Safety Commission Ø Department of Health Ø Justice Information Network Ø Department of Transportation Ø Department of Licensing Ø Federal Highway Administration Ø National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Ø Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Ø Pierce County Sheriff & Tacoma Police
National Traffic Records Agenda ¨ Improve the timeliness, accuracy, completeness, and accessibility of states’ traffic records data. ¨ SAFETEA-LU Section 408 Grants administered through NHTSA Ø Provides $34. 5 million per year for 4 consecutive years. Ø States required to meet certain eligibility requirements.
SAFTEA Grant Criteria Section 408 ¨ We must first demonstrate that we have: ØEstablished a traffic records committee ØCompleted a traffic records assessment within the last five years (Nov. 2003) ØComprehensive multi-year strategic plan In Progress
NHTSA Assessment Recommendations Ø Implement an electronic data collection and reporting system. Ø Develop a statewide Emergency Medical Services (EMS) data system. Ø Improve the ability to locate traffic events utilizing GPS and/or GIS. Ø Improve the structure and activities of the Washington Traffic Records Committee.
Establishing Priorities Ø Conducted 5 months of interviews to collect information on current state Ø Developed State Goals and 7 high level Objectives Ø Created strategies and performance measures to document progress
Washington’s 7 Strategic Objectives Ø Contain specific, detailed strategies and action plans Ø Quantifiable indicators to document progress Ø Baseline measurements Ø Target numbers
Linking Washington’s Direction to the National Agenda Goals for Traffic Records Standards Technology Leverage technology and appropriate government and industry standards to improve the collection, dissemination, and analysis of traffic records data. Integration Coordination Improve the interoperability and exchange of traffic records data among stakeholders for increased efficiency and enhanced integration. Appreciation Provide an ongoing statewide forum for traffic records and support the coordination of multijurisdictional initiatives. Training Promote the value of traffic records data and encourage training opportunities to maximize its effectiveness as decision support. Objective #1 Objective #2 Objective #3 Objective #4 Objective #5 Objective #6 Objective #7 Replace paperbased data collection processes with automated electronic systems Reduce paper exchanges among traffic records systems and stakeholders Develop a statewide Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Registry Create a more accurate statewide system for roadway feature and event location Improve the timeliness, utility, and accessibility of statewide collision data Design a new Police Traffic Collision Report (PTCR) and citizen report (VCR) Enhance the structure and activities of the Traffic Records and Oversight Committees
Accomplishing Washington’s Objectives Through Coordinated Projects Objective #4 Objective #6 Create a more accurate statewide system for roadway feature and event location Replace paperbased data collection processes with automated electronic systems Design a new Police Traffic Collision Report (PTCR) and citizen report (VCR) Objective #2 Objective #3 Reduce paper exchanges among traffic records systems and stakeholders Develop a statewide Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Registry Objective #7 Objective #5 Improve the timeliness, utility, and accessibility of statewide collision data COMPLETE E-County Location Coding COMPLETE Web-based Citizen Collision Reporting WA-Trans Collision Image Access COMPLETE e. TRIP WEMSIS Collision Data Improvement Enhance the structure and activities of the Traffic Records and Oversight Committees IN PTCR PROGRESS PROJECTS Objective #1 Revision COMPLETE Mobility Collision Module COMPLETE TRC Website
What is e. TRIP? Ø Series of coordinated projects to improve traffic records Ø Objective: Replace paper-based data collection and exchanges with automated electronic systems
Coordinating Projects to Fulfill a Shared Vision
e. TRIP Costs & Timelines at a Glance
Present System Statewide Traffic Activity • Paper-based Collection • Agency Specific Output Vehicles Injury/EMS Motor Carrier Citations/Criminal Accident Report Roadway Collisions Drivers Fatality Reporting • No Data Integration • Limited Data Access • Multiple data-entry redundancies DOL, WSP, AOC, DOJ, NHTSA, Auto Manufacturers DOH, WTSC, NHTSA, Health Care Industry, Hospitals OSPI, WSP, WSDOT, FMCSA, FHWA, Motor Carrier Industry WSP, DOL, AOC, WTSC, WAPA, Research groups, Media, Legislators WSDOT, City & County Engineers, CRAB, WSP, Engineer/Construction Firms WSP, WSDOT, DOL, AOC, UTC, FMCSA, FHWA, Media, AAA, Insurance Agencies DOL, AOC, Law Enforcement Agencies, Local Courts, WAPA, Driver Education & Research WTSC, WSDOT, Legislators, NHTSA, Media, Health Care & Medical Industry, Research groups Yellow: Private and Federal entities
Future System Statewide Traffic Activity • Expedited Electronic Input Fatality Reporting Vehicles Injury/EMS Commercial Carrier n Citation/Adjudication Roadway Collisions Driver License • Improved Data Integration • Complete & Accurate Information • Data Set Output • Greater Accessibility • Electronic dissemination to users F M CSA Private Industry NH T SA Counties/CRAB DOH DOL AOC WTSC WSDOT DOL Research & Media Shared/Integrated Data Output
Additional Information Ø e. TRIP Website ¨ www. wsp. wa. gov/etrip. htm ¨ www. trafficrecords. wa. gov/etrip. htm Ø Traffic Records Website ¨ www. trafficrecords. wa. gov Ø Contact: ¨ Chris Madill, Traffic Records Coordinator phone: (360) 586 -7104 email: [email protected] wa. gov