January 13-17, 2019
Washington, D.C.
TRB 98th Annual Meeting
152

State and Local Safety Data Integration

Sunday, January 07, 2018, 1:30 PM-4:30 PM, Convention Center 2018
Nancy Lefler, UNC Highway Safety Research Center, presiding
Sponsored by Standing Committee on Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems; Roadway Safety Data; Standing Committee on Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems; Standing Committee on Geographic Information Science and Applications; and Standing Committee on Transportation Safety Management

Incorporating information into safety analysis and program development requires the integration of information on state and local crashes, roadways, and traffic—a task that often proves problematic. This workshop reviews the scope and issues related to local safety data integration, including data integration needs for transportation state and local planning, major challenges, potential sharing methods using spatial technologies, the role of standards, and successful techniques. 

Welcome, Introductions, and Overview of Workshop
Nancy Lefler, UNC Highway Safety Research Center

 

Noteworthy Practices in State and Local Safety Data Integration
Robert Scopatz, VHB

 

Washington State DOT Data Governance and Business Planning
Mark Finch, Washington State Department of Transportation; John Milton, Washington State Department of Transportation

 

Breakout Discussion
Anita Vandervalk-Ostrander, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.

 

NCHRP Synthesis 48-09: Integration of Roadway Safety Data from State and Local Sources
Seri Park, Villanova University

 

Safety Data Integration from the Local Perspective
Michael Ruane, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission; Scott Brady, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission

 

Breakout Discussion
Nancy Lefler, UNC Highway Safety Research Center

 

FHWA Office of Safety Available Safety Data Resources
Gordon Thompson, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

 

Open Discussion and Research Needs
James Hall, University of Illinois, Springfield

 

Wrap Up
Nancy Lefler, UNC Highway Safety Research Center