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Traffic Records Data

Program Manager

Walter McAllister
Phone: 503 986-4187
Fax: 503 986-3143
ODOT - Transportation Safety Division - MS 3
4040 Fairview Industrial Drive SE
Salem, OR 97302-1142

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Program Introduction

Highway safety information systems are critical to the development and management of transportation safety programs and policies, and for decision making among various organizations. Reliable data provides the framework to create an effective campaign to reduce injuries and fatalities in Oregon.
Mission: The Traffic Records Coordinating Committee (TRCC) provides coordinated leadership in Oregon to improve transportation safety through data improvements that minimize duplication, improve uniformity, advance electronic data collection, and facilitate data access and use.
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2013 Oregon Strategic Plan

The state of Oregon, acting through it’s Traffic Records Coordination Committee, has developed a Strategic Plan for improving traffic records systems in Oregon.  The attached link is the plan adopted at the April, 2013 TRCC meeting:

Strategic Plan for Traffic Records Improvement
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TRCC Membership

The Oregon TRCC membership is made up of the following representation: managers, collectors, and users of traffic records, public health and injury control data. These representatives come from highway safety, highway infrastructure, law enforcement and adjudication, public health, injury control and motor carrier agencies and organizations.

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TRCC Meetings

The Committee meets on the fourth Tuesday in January, April, July, and October
from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at the ODOT - Transportation Safety Division office located at
4040 Fairview Industial Drive SE in Salem. 
Meeting Minutes
July 23, 2013 pdf 43 kb
April 23, 2013 pdf 46 kb
January 22, 2013 pdf 52 kb
July 24, 2012 pdf 43 kb
April 24, 2012​ pdf 52 kb
January 24, 2012 pdf 42 kb
October 25, 2011 pdf 42 kb
July 26, 2011 pdf 42 kb
April 26, 2011​ pdf 50 kb
January 25, 2011​ pdf 37 kb
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