Traffic Records Training for State Highway Safety Office Leadership
"Traffic Records Training for State Highway Safety Office Leadership" is a course that provides new Governor’s Representatives for Highway Safety (GRs) and Highway Safety Coordinators with an understanding of the critical role traffic records data plays in a State Highway Safety Office's planning and evaluation efforts, their data-related responsibilities under MAP-21, and additional resources.
Cambridge Systematics developed the course and executive briefing in collaboration with an expert panel of GHSA members and traffic records managers. The project was funded by NHTSA.
Download Course Modules and Materials
The course is comprised of two modules: Overview of Traffic Records and Getting Help with Traffic Records. They are available for download below as one PDF file or as separate standalone sessions. States are encouraged to use the executive briefing outline to prepare for conversations with new agency executives to explain why traffic records are worth their attention and support.
- Full Course (includes both modules) [2 MB, 63 pgs.]
- Standalone Session: Overview of Traffic Records [1.2 MB, 38 pgs.]
- Standalone Session: Getting Help with Traffic Records [1 MB, 26 pgs.]
- Executive Level Briefing [447 KB, 1 pg.]