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Traffic Incident Management TIM Gap AnalysisOutreach BriefingExecutive Decision Makers Credit FHWA Credit FHWA .
TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 2 Briefing Objective and Overview Primer Objectives and Outline TIM Gap Analysis Successful TIM Program.
Implementation Strategiesand Action Plan Traffic Incident Management Gap Analysis Outreach Briefing Executive Decision MakersBriefing Objective and Overview TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 4.
Briefing Objective To provide executive leadership anddecision makers with guidance to helpagencies as they design operate andmaintain a sustainable traffic incident.
management program TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 5Overview of Traffic IncidentManagement TIM Timeline of Stages in the TIM Process .
National AveragesRoadway IncidentClearance Clearance2012 70 29 min 55 66 min 2013 68 90 min 56 34 min .
Source 2013 FHWA Traffic IncidentManagement Self Assessment ExecutiveSource FHWA Traffic Incident Management Handbook 2010 Summary TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 6.
Overview of Traffic IncidentManagement TIM Effective TIM programs reduce theduration and impacts of traffic incidentsand improves the safety of motorists crash.
victims and emergency responders TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 7Impact of Incidents Account for about 25 of all non recurringcongestion.
Significant threat to life safety andinfluence travel time economicproductivity and transportation systemperformance Requires proactive planning to achieve.
quick incident clearance TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 8Overview of TIM StakeholderInvolvementSpecial Extreme Incident Transportation.
TraditionalCircumstance Information System ProvidersResponders Responders Providers and Users Law HazMat Public Safety Traveling PublicEnforcement Contractors Communications Trucking.
Fire and Rescue Coroners and Traffic Media Industry Emergency Medical Traveler InsuranceMedical Services Examiners Information Industry EMS Emergency Services Public Towing and Management Transportation Transportation.
Recovery Agencies Agencies Providers Transportation Environmental MotoristAgencies Natural OrganizationsResources Departments of.
Health DOH UtilitiesSource FHWA Traffic Incident Management Handbook 2010 Traffic Incident Management Gap Analysis Outreach Briefing Executive Decision MakersPrimer Objectives and Outline.
TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 10Statement of the Problem Policies and operating procedures for TIMprograms not only vary from state to state but vary regionally within each state and.
between rural suburban and urban areas TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 11Primer Objectives Identify and summarize the current stateof TIM practice and activities.
Identify and summarize gaps found in TIMactivities information Identify and outline a framework forachieving a complete TIM program utilizingnational guidelines.
Outline the key elements that arecontained in successful TIM programs TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 12Primer Organization Introduction.
TIM Gap Analysis Components ofSuccessful TIM TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 13Primer Organization.
Roles andResponsibilities ofTIM Stakeholders TIM Program withTransportation.
Operations Program Conclusions andRecommendations Traffic Incident Management Gap Analysis Outreach Briefing Executive Decision MakersTIM Gap Analysis.
TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 15TIM Gap Analysis Inventory of institutional technical andfinancial capabilities of current TIMprograms at different government levels.
Two tier Analysis Federal and National State and Local TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 16Current TIM Gaps.
Represent focus areas for national levelTIM agencies in order to most effectivelysupport state local programs in achievingtheir TIM goals Examples of Program Institutional Gaps .
Multiagency involvement from all TIM partners Formal documentation of the TIM agreements e g MOUs Multidisciplinary TIM training TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 17.
Current TIM Gaps Examples of Operational Gaps Responder safety procedures and practices Equipment staging and scene management Accident reconstruction and investigations.
Examples of Communication Technology Emergency communications systems duringincident response Prompt incident detection and notification TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 18.
TIM Gap Analysis Results A key role of the national multidisciplinaryTIM efforts and agencies is to develop andpromote TIM policies and procedures at anational policy level that enhance and.
advance TIM training and practices at thestate local operations level TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 19TIM Gap Analysis Results The ability to efficiently achieve the 18.
strategies of the National Unified Goal NUG represents the key framework for asuccessful complete TIM program Cross Cutting Strategies Responder Safety.
Safe Quick Clearance Prompt reliable Incident Communications TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 20The Nation Unified Goal NUG Gap Analysis Framework.
Document the identified challenges andbarriers i e gaps in the current TIM Develop a means to bridge thesechallenges and barriers Propose the components of a complete.
TIM program TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 21The NUG Gap AnalysisFramework Examples National Unified.
Goal NUG Key Elements Challenges Barriers Strategies to OvercomeChallenges BarriersTIM Partnerships and Synchronized TIM programs at the Departments of Transportation Agency executive senior leaderPrograms state multistate regional and DOTs often are not included engagement and buy inlocal levels in emergency planning and.
preparedness organizations activitiesMultidisciplinary NIMS Cross training of the incident Volunteer agencies do not Availability of multidisciplinary TIMand TIM Training scene roles and responsibilities have the same time available training courses and deliveryfor training that full time processes appropriate for full time.
agencies have and volunteer agenciesGoals for Performance Having a systematic approach for Performance metrics vary Development of performanceand Progress measuring TIM program across agencies making it measures PM and data collectionperformance across national and difficult to compare results methods including those for eachstate local levels stage of an incident.
TIM Technology Sustainable and interoperable ITS Consistent use of existing Establishment and implementation oftechnologies for TIM technologies by all disciplines standard and efficient use oftechnologyEffective TIM Policies Formal strategic plans and written Lack of interagency TIM Task Force representatives withinteragency operational policies coordination at all levels information to educate their agencies .
including the senior executive senior leaders Awareness and Education Develop partnerships to educate Lack of awareness and Identification of the best ways ofPartnerships responders and motorists on education regarding the getting information out to the public responsibilities of the safe quick public s role clearance of incidents .
TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 22The NUG Gap AnalysisFramework Examples National Unified Strategies to OvercomeGoal NUG Key Elements Challenges Barriers Challenges Barriers.
Recommended Practices Promote practices to protect Lack of coordinated safety Developing and adopting coordinatedfor Responder Safety responders on scene practices for TIM responders safety practices Move Over Slow Down Ensure that motorists provide a Lack of and challenges related Coordination with the advancementLaws safety buffer for responders when to legislation and enforcement of legislation with multi organizationpossible support .
Driver Training and Teach drivers how to prevent Driver understanding of what Use technology to help driversAwareness secondary incidents from to do in an incident scene respond properly to diversions as wellbehaviors such as incident scene as awareness curiosity Multidisciplinary TIM Encourage widespread adoption Coordination of TIM Active participation of TIM.
Procedures of procedures for quickly clearing operations stakeholder agencies incident scenes Response and Clearance Establish benchmarks or time Lack of data consistency Establishment of metrics based onTime Goals goals for incident response and obtainable data clearance .
24 7 Availability Encourage 24 hours a day 7 days Organizational capabilities on a Identification of availability of TIMper week availability of traffic 24 7 basis resources on a 24 7 basis incident responders andequipment TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 23.
The NUG Gap AnalysisFramework Examples National Unified Strategies to OvercomeGoal NUG Key Elements Challenges Barriers Challenges BarriersMultidisciplinary Develop guidelines for Communication capabilities of Common language operational.
Communications Practices standardized communications TIM organizations channels and Procedures practices and procedures Prompt Reliable Develop systems and procedures Lack of understanding of Provide timely notification ofResponder Notification to ensure prompt and reliable information needs of other incidents to responders notification of incident agencies .
information to incidentresponders Interoperable Voice and Create links between incident Incompatibility of current voice Determine how interoperableData Networks responder information and and protocol data networks communications equipment couldcommunications systems improve TIM and promote.
implementation Broadband Emergency Promote integrated broadband Integration between Promote integration of TMC and lawCommunications Systems networks linking emergency broadband emergency enforcement CAD systems service providers communication systems Prompt Reliable Traveler Encourage the development and Timely and relevant Examine additional outlet.
Information Systems deployment of traveler information to the motorists to mechanisms for traveler information information systems to deliver avoid additional incidents real time traveler information Partnerships with News Develop recommended practices Conflicting priorities and Educate media of their TIM role Media and Information for working with news media and unfamiliarity with the media s.
Providers ISP to deliver timely and reliable TIM role traveler information Traffic Incident Management Gap Analysis Outreach Briefing Executive Decision MakersSuccessful TIM Program TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 25.
TIM Program FrameworkStrategic TacticalForm a framework for TIM Provide the tools andactivities as well as how to technologies for trafficplan prepare for and management and interagency.
measure performance of the communications for on sceneprogram operationsProvide for the operational tactical and institutionalsupport for effective.
communication andinformation exchange TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT GAP ANALYSIS OUTREACH BRIEFING EXECUTIVE DECISION MAKERS 26Key TIM Program ElementsStrategic Institutional .
Have a TIM multiagency team or task force which meets regularly to discuss and plan forTIM activities Conduct multiagency training held at least once a year on TIM specific topics o NIMS ICS 100o TIM SHRP2 Training.
o Training of mid level managers from primary agencies on the NUGo Traffic controlo Work zone safetyo Safe on scene parking Conduct multiagency post incident debriefings.
Develop and distribute summaries of after action reportsTraffic Incident Management Gap Analysis Outreach Briefing - Executive Decision Makers Implementation Strategiesand Action Plan This is a transition slide, may wish to say “this section discusses desired implementation strategies and presents an action plan” and then advance to the detailed slides.

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