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1 Traffic Incident Management From Activity to Public Safety Discipline Slide 1

2 12-16 The Anatomy of a Modern Highway Incident Freight Mobility Towing & Recovery Performance Measures Hazardous Materials Safe, Quick Clearance Reconstruction & Investigation Roadway Damage Cost Recovery Interoperable Communications Alternate Routing Responder Safety Traffic Control Traveler Information Slide 2

3 Time of call 13:20 Hwy 223 Milepost 6 Log truck vs- SUV Slide 3

4 Responding Agencies OSP Polk County SO Polk County Public Works ODOT City of Dallas Police Funeral Home Wiltse s Towing NW Firefighters Environmental Interagency Communication & Operating Under the Unified Command System is a Must! Slide 4

5 Actions Taken Traffic Detour Media Notifications Crash Reconstruction HazMat Containment & Cleanup Extrication Unloading of Log Truck, & Removal of both vehicles Slide 5

6 Slide 6

7 Engine and Transmission Fluids, Small Amount of Diesel Slide 7

8 ODOT & OSP Working Together on Reconstruct Slide 8

9 Time: 14:00 Off Loading of Logs Begins Slide 9

10 Time: 14:30 Tow Truck Begins Hookup Slide 10

11 Time 15:30 Environmental Contractor begins HazMat Cleanup Slide 11

12 Slide 12

13 ODOT Clearing the Roadway of Debris Slide 13

14 Oversight of Contractor Cleanup Slide 14

15 Slide 15

16 Time: 16:30 Hwy is Reopened to Traffic Start to Finish 3 Hours Slide 16

17 Ongoing Evolution Prior to using Total Stations, average time for a reconstruction 6 to 10 hours + 90 minute clearance goal expectation Advanced technologies available, funding limited High density, long range LiDAR can collect 1.3 million points per second at 45 mph Slide 17

18 Incident Frequency Slide 18

19 Transportation Operations Centers - An evolution Slide 19

20 Technology Within Our TOC s Slide 20

21 Transportation Operations Center System Slide 21

22 Incident Data Influencing the Course Ahead Field crews feed the technology Technology creates the data Collect & Analyze the Data Slide 22

23 Incident Data Influencing the Course Ahead Purpose and Goals Establish Goals & Targets Determine Performance Measures to Track Collect & Analyze the Data Slide 23

24 ODOT District 8 - Dedicated Incident Response Pilot Program Goals and Targets Ensure alignment with statewide and national goals and strategies Increase safety for responders by reducing exposure time Reduce likelihood of secondary incidents Maintain mobility and travel time reliability Slide 24

25 Performance Measures Identify goals and targets you want to measure Example 90 minutes or less roadway clearance target Safely clear highway incidents in 90 minutes or less Legislatively mandated OSP/ODOT statewide agreement Slide 25

26 Data Collection / Analysis Collect and analyze to evaluate performance Make necessary operational changes Confirm and sustain results Share the data (RVTIM, decision makers, etc.) Slide 26

27 Data Collection / Analysis Share the Data (RVTIM, decision makers, etc.) Slide 27

28 Incident Data Influencing the Course Ahead Provides necessary feedback to TIM responders Improve operations Assists decision makers (Shifts, schedules) Demonstrates the value of a TIM program Justifies related expenditures Slide 28

29 Traffic Incident Management Coming Together No Longer Enough Slide 29

30 Green House Gas Emissions Wasted Fuel Congestion Freight Mobility Towing & Recovery Performance Measures Hazardous Materials Commerce Safe, Quick Clearance Reconstruction & Investigation Roadway Damage Cost Recovery Interoperable Communications Alternate Routing Responder Safety Traffic Control Traveler Information Slide 30

31 Increased Reliance on Technology Slide 31

32 Slide 32

33 Are We Answering the Challenge? GOAL # 2 - To Key improve initiative the B - efficiency enhance of incident the transportation response to maintain system by optimizing safety and the system existing transportation capacity improve safety infrastructure through emergency capacity with response, improved education operations and management. Slide 33

34 Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; Working together is success. - Henry Ford Founder Ford Motor Co. Slide 34

35 TIM the Activity Traffic Incident Management is Detection Verification Response Clearance & Restoration of Traffic Slide 35

36 Slide 36

37 Coming together is a beginning; Slide 37

38 How Do We Know It s Not Enough? 1987 to 2010 (24 years), 278 law enforcement struck and killed by vehicles; one officer killed each month. Five firefighters killed in struck by incidents in 2010, about 6 percent of firefighter deaths. An average of 23 highway workers were struck and killed by vehicles each month in 2010 compared to 22 in International Towing & Recovery Hall of Fame & Museum Chattanooga, TN an average of 1 towing professional killed every six days Slide 38

39 Still Much Work to do Coming together on scene is not enough Slide 39

40 TIM the public safety discipline Founded on enhanced interagency understanding and Coordination Communication Collaboration Slide 40

41 FHWA Leadership Big Picture Activities LEGISLATION Move Over Laws All 50 states Driver Removal Laws 41 states Authority Removal Laws 40 states BUILDING COALITIONS NTIMC Conferences, Workshops PUBLICATIONS / PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT SHRP 2 TIM Responder Training Slide 41

42 A National Cornerstone National Unified Goal (NUG) Responder Safety Safe, Quick Clearance Prompt, Reliable, Interoperable Communications Slide 42

43 ODOT TIM Strategic Plan Slide 43

44 TIM Activities Oregon Tow Truck Association Quarterly Meetings Slide 44

45 Regional TIM Teams To create, share and advance an inter-agency, regional vision of safe and efficient TIM Quarterly Meetings Enhance regional interagency communications Optimize regional interagency resources Local conduit to statewide program. Identify local issues; collaboratively develop solutions Slide 45

46 Do You Know Your Role in Traffic Incident Management? Slide 46

47 District 8 Dedicated Incident Response Pilot Improve highway flow Reduce likelihood of secondary incidents Reduce Maintenance Leadership s need to respond to incidents Slide 47

48 A National Community of Responders The Solution A new coordinated, multi-disciplinary training program available for all emergency responders and those supporting TIM operations police, firefighters, state and local departments of transportation, towing, medical personnel, and other incident responders on the same page, leading to a safer, faster, integrated responder team. Slide 48

49 Oregon s TIM Responder Training State Wide Implementation Committee DPSST Oregon State Police Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue, Oregon Health Authority, Metro West Ambulance, Oregon Tow Truck Association, McMinnville Police Department, Portland Fire & Rescue Oregon Association of Chiefs of Police, FHWA, AMR Portland, Oregon State Sheriffs Association, Oregon State Ambulance Association Office of State Fire Marshal Oregon Fire Chiefs Association Slide 49

50 Key Performance Measure Slide 50

51 Coming together is Traffic a beginning; Incident Management a Public Safety Discipline National Unified Goal (NUG) Responder Safety Safe, Quick Clearance Prompt, Reliable, Interoperable Communications Working together Thank is success. You Slide 51

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