Over the past 30 year the International Forum on Traffic Records and Highway Information Systems (Traffic Records Forum, for short) has become internationally known as the annual meeting of traffic safety data professional from all over the world.  The annual attendance of over 500 safety professionals has drawn from federal, state, and local government agencies as well as the private sector.  This five day conference is typically composed of over forty technical sessions and seven to fifteen training sessions where attendees are briefed on the latest developments and technologies to support transportation safety data systems.  Attendees and presenters represent all aspects of the safety data environment, from data collection, data systems management, data integration and linkage, and safety data analysis.  The professions represented at the Forum include IT professionals, enforcement, engineering, injury control, and research.  The 2004 Traffic Records Forum will build upon the successes of past years and expand upon the range and depth of traffic safety data issues to provide attendees with the most comprehensive range of training and networking possible. 

If you are involved in planning, operation, or use of traffic crash, roadway, emergency medical systems, GIS, traffic enforcement, citation adjudication, driver license, vehicle registration, operations, other traffic safety data systems, we assure you that you will find ample content at the 2004 Forum.  We hope that you will plan to attend and to present, should you have new technology procedures or projects that may be of interest to the traffic safety data community.

This website will be constantly updated as the specifics of the 2004 Forum are established. Within this site you will find opportunities to offer papers or presentations, to nominate projects for our annual Best Practice Award, and to pre-register for professional development training that will be offered during the Forum.  As presentations and sessions take form, they will be published at this site for your use and planning attendance at the Forum. 




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