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Effective Traffic Incident Management (TIM) reduces the duration and impacts of traffic incidents and improves the safety of motorists, crash victims and emergency responders.

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Traffic Incident Management (TIM) responders—including fire, police, ambulance, transportation crews and towing and recovery professionals—work together to help motorists and to clear incidents safely and quickly. But these responders can't do it alone. As a driver, you must also do your part to help keep everyone safe and moving on our roadways.

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The Emergency Responder Safety Institute (ERSI), through funding from FHWA, has worked to develop a better document and analyze how and where our country’s first responders are being struck, injured

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Recently MCDOT’s Regional Emergency Action Coordinating Team or REACT has improved it’s conspicuity by adding retro reflective stripping and logos to the sides of their response vehicles. What is

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By Kim Larson, ADOT Internal Communications

Responding to more than 10,000 incidents in its first year, ADOT’s Incident Response Unit clearly is a turn in the right direction for traffic mitigation

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The following email IAFC Fire & EMS National Emergency Safety & Survival Alert is ... on behalf of Capt. John Paul Cartier, AZTech TIM Coalition Chair (Arizona State Troopers Metro West District

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Post from the APTRA Facebook page:  Is it Safety Stand Down Day with ADOT! APTRA is co-teaching with ADOT all day today. Coordination, collaboration and communication, It is about partnerships! ADOT

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We are pleased to announce that the update to the National Highway Institute’s (NHI) Web-Based Training (WBT) version of the National TIM Responder Training course is complete. The update focused on