NOCoE TIM Case Studies

NOCoE Case Studies capture the strategies and practices currently being deployed to advance the TSMO industry and enable TSMO practitioners to save lives, time, and money.

Below are a list of all case studies related to traffic incident management, including response to major incidents and hurricanes.

Case studies are developed in partnership with the authoring organization or individual to succinctly transfer knowledge for the effective use by others in the industry.

Many of the case studies come from TSMO Award Submissions. Please be sure to consider submitting your practices for upcoming awards.

All NOCoE case studies are available here.

Severe Incident Response Vehicle Program In The Florida Panhandle During Hurricane Michael

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: 1. How severe incident response vehicles supported both the general public and emergency responders. 2. How District Four SIRV operators worked with the District Three traffic management center to respond to requests received. 3. The presence of SIRVs enable other... Learn More

Nevada Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Coalition Hosts Las Vegas Valley Hands-On TIM Excercises

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: How the relationship between traffic crashes, incident response and clearance, as well as effective communications helped to drive the early success of Nevada’s TIM Program. Why the multi-agency TIM training helped participants find solutions to overcome... Learn More

Nevada Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Coalition Hosts Las Vegas Valley Hands-On TIM Excercises

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: How the relationship between traffic crashes, incident response and clearance, as well as effective communications helped to drive the early success of Nevada’s TIM Program. Why the multi-agency TIM training helped participants find solutions to overcome... Learn More

Nevada Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Coalition Hosts Las Vegas Valley Hands-On TIM Excercises

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: How the relationship between traffic crashes, incident response and clearance, as well as effective communications helped to drive the early success of Nevada’s TIM Program. Why the multi-agency TIM training helped participants find solutions to overcome... Learn More

Hurricane Irma Evacuees Use of Florida 511

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: 1. Florida’s 511 system is bilingual, providing information in English and Spanish via social media and their website. 2. Live camera feeds allowed hurricane evacuees to see road conditions on their planned routes. 3. The 511 system messages were seen over 200... Learn More

I-85 Bridge Collapse and Rebuild

On March 30, 2017, a massive fire caused a section of Interstate 85 (I-85) in Atlanta to collapse. After the fire was extinguished, it was determined that 700 feet of both the northbound and southbound lanes required demolition and reconstruction, resulting in the closure of a critical stretch of... Learn More

I-85 Bridge Collapse and Rebuild

On March 30, 2017, a massive fire caused a section of Interstate 85 (I-85) in Atlanta to collapse. After the fire was extinguished, it was determined that 700 feet of both the northbound and southbound lanes required demolition and reconstruction, resulting in the closure of a critical stretch of... Learn More

Drone Use During the Amtrak Cascades Derailment and Response

On the morning of December 18, 2017, Amtrak train 501 derailed near DuPont, Washington, causing railcars and one locomotive to fall onto Interstate 5 (I-5), hitting several passenger cars and shutting down the freeway. I-5 southbound was ultimately blocked for 57 hours, an impressive accomplishment... Learn More

Oregon: Lessons learned from 2017 Solar Eclipse

On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse moved west to east across the United States, covering fourteen states. This was a special event that required extensive planning by transportation agencies across the united states. It is important to look back at the 2017 Total Eclipse to see how state and... Learn More

Tennessee: Lessons learned from 2017 Solar Eclipse

On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse moved west to east across the United States, covering fourteen states. This was a special event that required extensive planning by transportation agencies across the united states. It is important to look back at the 2017 Total Eclipse to see how state and... Learn More