Webinar: Coordinating Information and Data between Traffic Management Centers and Public Safety Answering Points

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Start Date:

December 12, 2018 from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm EST

Summary:

The co-location and integration of traffic management enters (TMCs) and public safety answering points (PSAPs) offers the possibility of coordinating emergency services with traffic operations to increase the effectiveness of the traffic incident management. While attempts at integration exist at the state level, PSAPs are often run by county or city agencies, making for a natural coordination local or regional TMCs.   This webinar will look at three TMCs that are co-located or integrated with PSAPs and evaluate the various models of integration and highlight best practices:

  • Montgomery County, MD
  • Minnesota DOT
  • Connecticut DOT

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Learning Objectives:

  • Evaluate various models of coordination between local TMCs and public safety answering points (PSAP).
  • Identify benefits, challenges, barriers to TMC and PSAP integration.
  • Share technologies used and systems developed by to integrate TMCs and PSAPs.
  • Understand how PSAP data and communications can benefit to traffic management in various environments

 

Instructors:

  • Moderators
    • Laurie Flaherty, NHTSA
    • Bill Ferretti, Montgomery County, MD
    • Paul Krisavage, Connecticut DOT Consultant
    • John McClellan, MN DOT

Target Audience:

This webinar is intended for State and local/city transportation agency personnel who are involved in traffic management, safety management, emergency services and other operations functions for the transportation system. It will also benefit other practitioners, researchers and professionals who are interested in this topic.


Event Type:

Webinar

Organizational Capability Element:

  • Traffic Incident Management

Operations Area of Practice:

  • Transportation Management Centers (TMC / TOC)
  • Traffic Incident Management