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Announcing Nadia Anderson: TRF 2019 Opening Plenary Speaker

ATSIP IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE NADIA ANDERSON AS OUR OPENING SESSION SPEAKER Nadia is Uber’s global public policy lead for road and traffic safety.  Nadia will be highlighting Uber’s recent programs and strategies including the use of data and technology to create innovative safety measures for their drivers and the communities they serve.  Nadia and …

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Registration is now open!

Note:  This page is displayed for historical purposes and is not actively maintained.  Some links may not work.  Archived on 8/7/2019. Registration Fees Registration is now open click here to register online! Full Forum (Aug 4-7) Includes all forum sessions and luncheons $595 advanced $650 after July 9th Speakers, Moderators, Presenters, & ATSIP Members Full Forum …

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2019 Sponsor Information

Note:  This page is displayed for historical purposes and is not actively maintained.  Some links may not work.  Archived on 8/7/2019. If your company or organization is interested in being a Sponsor or Exhibitor for this years forum please contact Karla Houston. 2019 Sponsor Information 2019 Sponsor Application 2019 Booth Application Why Become a Sponsor? For …

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2018 Data Visualization Award

Crashes on horizontal curves remain a key road safety challenge for road safety agencies across the globe. Statistics from the United States show that around 25 percent of fatal and serious crashes occur on horizontal curves.

2018 Best Practices in Traffic Records

Recognizing the influence of police enforcement on road user behavior, the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) in Victoria, Australia invests a significant portion of its total budget each year in police enforcement activity. One example of this investment is the Local Enhanced Enforcement Program (LEEP).

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