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September 28, 2023

Table of Contents

Featured Resources
New Knowledge Center Resources
Crash Responder Safety Week
Upcoming Webinars
Industry News

Featured Resources

2023 TSMO Award Winner for Emerging Trends and Technologies
TSMO and Public Communications Webinar

New Knowledge
Center Resources

TSMO Moment - Laurie Matkowski, PMP

Crash Responder Safety Week

Crash Responder Safety Week Portal

Crash Responder Safety Week 2023: November 13-17

The Crash Responder Safety Week portal has been updated with upcoming all states planning calls and previous planning efforts and resources.

Crash Responder Safety Week: All States Planning Call - September 2023

Crash Responder Safety Week: All States Planning Call - Governor's Proclamation


Upcoming Webinars

TSMO and Public Communications Webinar
CRSW All States Planning October 2023
More NOCoE webinars now available

Update on ICM Deployments and Resources
October 12, 2023

Innovative Solutions from the Transportation Technology Tournament
October 18, 2023

Cost-Benefit and TSMO
October 19, 2023

Talking TIM: October 2023
October 25, 2023

2024 TTT: Why You Should Join
October 26, 2023

TSMO and Demand Management
November 01, 2023

AASHTO Annual Meeting
November 12, 2023

Crash Responder Safety Week 2023: November 13-17
November 13, 2023

Next Generation Traffic Management Centers and Systems
November 29, 2023

Talking TIM: December 2023
December 13, 2023

Industry News

Virtual TIM Train-The-Trainer Course

Virtual TIM Train-the-Trainer Course

The National TIM Responder Training Program was developed by responders for responders, and was designed to promote consistent training of all responders to achieve the National Unified Goal (NUG) for TIM. The TIM NUG is a commitment to:

  • The Safety of Responders and All Road Users

  • Safe, Quick Clearance

  • Communication, Coordination, and Cooperation

The Train-the-Trainer (TtT) course covers eight hours of material and is intended to provide participants (i.e., trainers) the knowledge and materials necessary for them to conduct TIM training for responders in their area or state.

Requirements for participation:

  • Prior instructional and TIM experience

  • Commitment to providing training to other TIM responders in your area

  • Commitment to submitting your training records

The target audience for the course is all TIM disciplines, including: Communications, Emergency Management, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Fire/Rescue, Law Enforcement, Towing and Recovery, and Transportation/Public Works.

CITE Travel Time Performance Measures Blended Course
SSP Idea Sharing Network SSP Show and Tell
Utah Connected Webinar Series
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is hosting the “Utah Connected Webinar Series” to foster collaboration and promote information sharing among its partners. The webinar series will highlight six successful deployments across Utah, including significant deployments with connected vehicles that have helped to improve mobility, safety, and quality of life.

UDOT is a national leader in pioneering innovative technologies. The Utah Connected program has established a statewide transportation system equipped with real-time situational awareness. Funded by a United States Department of Transportation Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment (ATCMTD) program, the program is bringing full-time situational awareness to Utah’s transportation system. Built on an extensive fiber-optic network, the system includes a robust data ecosystem, transit signal prioritization with connected vehicle technology, automated weather and speed warnings for drivers, and automated vehicles.

Following the webinar timeline, the fifth webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, October 4, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. MST. It will highlight the connected automated vehicle technologies study findings, explain which automated technologies worked best on certain roadways, and identify challenges and opportunities for other DOTs to consider in future deployments. All webinars are free and open to the public, but advanced registration is required.

About the National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE)

NOCoE provides services to the transportation systems management and operations (TSMO) community to saves lives, improve travel times, and enhance economic vitality. With an emphasis on workforce development, NOCoE aims to assist in the deployment of technologies and the mainstreaming of TSMO solutions by fostering education, networking, communication, and knowledge transfer.

For more information, please visit
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National Operations Center of Excellence
555 12th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004
Ph: 202.624.5478

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