Traffic Management for Planned Special Events
The Planned Special Events Program provides handbooks, training and checklists to help practitioners as they develop plans using the advance information regarding the
2012 Lifesavers Conference
The National Conference on Highway Safety Priorities was held in Orlando, Florida from June 14-16, 2012. For the first time, the Lifesavers Conference included a Traffic Incident Management/ Planned Special Events (TIM/PSE) track. With more than 1,600 people in attendance at the 2012 Lifesavers Conference, the ten sessions as part of (TIM/PSE) track was made available to its widest audience ever. During the course of the conference, attendees heard from more than 25 experts on a range of topics including:
For those presentations from the TIM/PSE track and others from the conference, that have been posted, they may be viewed at http://www.lifesaversconference.org/workshops.html.
National Special Security Events: Transportation Planning for Planned Special Events
This document provides a transportation overview of National Special Security Event (NSSE)s. As part of the transportation perspective, the document includes lessons learned from previous NSSEs, two transportation-focused case studies of two recent NSSEs, a checklist to assist transportation practitioners as they prepare for and execute an NSSE, a playbook that identifies key transportation activities for an NSSE, an NSSE fact sheet, a template as an aid to provide information about an NSSE to appropriate groups in both the planning and implementation phases of these events, and a resource directory. The primary audiences for this document are state departments of transportation (DOTs) and local transportation, public works, and law enforcement agencies responsible for planning and executing transportation for NSSEs.
For a listing of Traffic Management For Planned Special Events publications, please visit the Office Of Operations' Publications Web page.
For more information, please contact:
Laurel J. Radow
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