Toward an Integrated Traffic Records Information System: Integrating Crashes, Citations and Roadway

abstract

Data integration is essential for building traffic records information systems. Florida has been successful in achieving statewide integration of 3 of 6 traffic data systems – crash, citation and roadway – accomplished as a partnership among state agencies and the University of Florida. The integration is performed in real time daily by linking crashes and citations to the Florida Roads Basemap LRS through a web-based geolocation tool used by law enforcement during crash and citation reporting. The integrated database is available to Florida users through a web-based analytical system. This presentation discusses technical and organizational aspects of the integration, challenges, limitations, lessons learned and future expansion plans.

Richie Frederick | Bureau Chief | Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles

Richie Frederick is the Chief of Records for the Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles, Division of Motorist Services. The Bureau of Records is responsible for program oversight for Traffic Citations, Crash Records, and the custodian of driver and motor vehicle records. Mr. Frederick has held various positions with the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles for the last eleven years.

 

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Session A – San Antonio
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Richie Frederick

Session B – San Marcos
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Richie Frederick

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