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Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Performance Measures
(June 12, 2014)

Guidance for Implementation of Traffic Incident Management Performance Measurement

Presenter:   Kelley Klaver Pecheux
Presenter's Org:   Applied Engineering Management Corporation (AEM)

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Slide 1:  Guidance for Implementation of Traffic Incident Management Performance Measurement

TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Project 07-20

Kelley Klaver Pecheux, PhD
Applied Engineering Management Corporation (AEM)

T3 Webinar on TIM Performance Measures
June 12, 2014

[This slide contains a photograph of a display showing live camera shots and data from traffic incidents in Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin, Palm Beach, and Broward counties in Florida. Also displayed is a map of the traffic incidents' locations.]

Slide 2:  Overview of Presentation

Slide 3:  Project Objectives

Slide 4:  Research Approach

Slide 5:  Expected Research Products

Slide 6:  High-level Overview of Guidance

[This slide contains a traffic incident management (TIM) timeline diagram with performance measurements.]

Slide 7:  General Guidance on TIM Performance Measurement

[This slide contains a horizontal bar chart with three bars that show incident duration summary by time (current week, previous week, and 52-week average) on the x-axis and time (0-63 minutes) on the y-axis. The bars are divided into colored sections that display the following durations: notification, verification, response, open roads, and departure. The slide also contains a pie chart that displays incident duration by percentage. The average incident duration is listed as 61 minutes, and approximately 40% of incidents had a duration between 30 and 60 minutes.]

Slide 8:  Model TIM Performance Measurement Database

[This slide contains a diagram of the model TIM performance measurement database.]

Slide 9:  Project Timeline

Slide 10:  For Further Information


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