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Guidebook

The 2019 Traffic Records Forum Guidebook Program.

 

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Sessions by Day

*Attention Presenters* please send presentation materials you would like to share from your session to the online program after the forum to Kcraft@tsass.com

Poster Presentations

High Visibility Enforcement

Type: Poster | Topic Area: Data Analytics and Visualization

Abstract: This poster is designed to talk about high visibility enforcement efforts through throughout the state of Maryland. Some of the campaigns that will be included on this poster: Bay to Beach, St. Patrick's, and Buckle Up-Phone Down.

Presenter(s)
Sean Lynn | GIS Senior Project Manager | Washington College
Alicia Shipley | GIS Analyst II | Washington College GIS Program

The Impact of Educating Youth About Traffic Safety

Type: Poster | Topic Area: Data Analytics and Visualization

Abstract: This poster is designed to share the experience of Washington College with working directly with youth focused on traffic safety and the efforts that are being conducted by Maryland Highway Safety Office.

Presenter(s)
Sean Lynn | GIS Senior Project Manager | Washington College
Alicia Shipley | GIS Analyst II | Washington College GIS Program

Providing Traffic Safety Data through GIS (Poster)

Type: Poster | Topic Area: Data Analytics and Visualization

Abstract: Washington College Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Program is currently working on a wide variety of projects that span a gamut including environmental analysis, criminal data analysis, and traffic safety analysis. The focus of this poster is to discuss how the GIS Program is leveraging the powers of GIS to work with law enforcement, emergency medical services, educators, and engineers, throughout the state of Maryland to help reduce fatalities, severe crashes, and crashes overall.

Presenter(s)
Sean Lynn | GIS Senior Project Manager | Washington College
Alicia Shipley | GIS Analyst II | Washington College GIS Program

Strategies to Increase Seat Belt Use in Tennessee

Type: Poster | Topic Area: Crash

Abstract: According to the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) 2012 data, unintentional motor-vehicle traffic injury is the second leading cause of injury deaths in the United States. Seat belt use is a proven effective way to reduce injury risk; however, Tennessee remained below the national seat belt use average rate of 89.7% in 2017. This project utilizes Tennessee’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) and A-list licensing databases, the Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARS) data and Motor Vehicle Prioritizing Interventions and Cost Calculator for States (MV PICCS) tool provided by the CDC to identify potential enforcement strategies and policies that could help increase seat belt use rate in Tennessee.

Presenter(s)
Kedra Woodard | Statistical Analyst 4 | TN Department of Safety & Homeland Security