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TRIBAL CRASH REPORTING TOOLKIT & CREATING VIRTUAL TOURS - Shared screen with speaker view
Ian Thomas
49:52
First harmful event was car turning onto road in front of motorcycle
King, Jeffrey (FHWA)
50:42
first damage or injury
Patricia Pablo
51:05
It would be non collision
judy.patterson
51:28
02 non-collision
Patricia Pablo
51:41
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Michia Casebier
53:08
Thanks Ian, Jeff, Patricia & Judy for your responses!
Ian Thomas
56:47
Does the form include the option for recorders to comment on dangerous roadway design?
Katie Snider
01:03:12
Yes! Thanks!
Anna Bosin Alaska DOT&PF
01:05:13
If a Tribe in AK wants to use the data entered to apply for State safety grants, they will need to have the crash data verified...Does the portal make that clear to the user so that they aren't frustrated down the road when the data entered is not honored?
Anna Bosin Alaska DOT&PF
01:08:10
MUUC compliance
Anna Bosin Alaska DOT&PF
01:08:52
GOOD! GREAT! MUUC MAPPING yes!
Larsen, Adam (FHWA)
01:09:55
In case you're wondering... MMUCC = Model Minimum Uniform Crash Criteria
Larsen, Adam (FHWA)
01:14:02
You can download the Tribal Crash Reporting Toolkit at https://www.tribalsafety.org/tribal-crash-reporting-toolkit
Michia Casebier
01:14:32
Thanks Adam and everyone for your questions!
Anna Bosin Alaska DOT&PF
01:19:55
FWIW: A recent research project in Alaska by UAF indicated a huge disparity in the reported crashes at the State level (low) to reported questions in the trauma registry and printed news
Collins, Darcel (FHWA)
01:29:58
Yes!! Oklahoma and now waiting for NY!!
Josh Behnke
01:31:57
You turn on the 360 feature before you start recording
Anna Bosin Alaska DOT&PF
01:32:31
Link to research showing data gaps in AK reported crashes through DMV vs. other data repositories (Media, trauma registry. jump to page 33 of the report for a graphical demonstration https://dot.alaska.gov/stwddes/research/assets/pdf/4000-180.pdf
Michia Casebier
01:34:06
Thanks Josh Behnke and Anna Bosin!
Josh Behnke
01:36:32
I'd say estimation from the 360 video... For construction quantities we round up anyway... For more exact numbers, I don't think this will replace field / gps / in person survey.
Katie Snider
01:37:02
This is so cool! Thank you!
Michael Petesch (MnDOT)
01:41:48
how long can a tribe borrow the equipment?
Michael Petesch (MnDOT)
01:42:08
thinking if there are several sites to look at
Michael Petesch (MnDOT)
01:42:57
thanks!
Michael Petesch (MnDOT)
01:43:12
can you drop the link for the rentals in the chat?
Larsen, Adam (FHWA)
01:43:30
Adam.Larsen@dot.gov 360-619-2601
Larsen, Adam (FHWA)
01:45:33
RSA Videos https://ruralsafetycenter.org/resources/tribal-rsa-training/
Collins, Darcel (FHWA)
01:46:23
Does FHWA's roundabout team provide input before a project? Perhadps during design?
Collins, Darcel (FHWA)
01:47:35
Thanks!
Ian Thomas
01:54:34
In what ways are speed studies incorporated in RSAs?
Michia Casebier
01:56:27
Thanks so much, everyone, for joining us today. When the session ends, a Google Forms evaluation will pop out. We ask everyone to take a few minutes to complete the evaluation, so that we can continue to improve how best to serve future NTICC attendees.Here's the link, if you can't stay on to complete the pop-up form:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdvHxRAqojR3R4fgtCPm_P2_xDKNFq3cemj3MNaJdUtiIq1ag/viewform
Michia Casebier
01:57:02
Thanks for the question, Ian!
Sybil Cota
02:00:08
Thank you!
Michia Casebier
02:00:51
So sorry, Anna! You can always email Becky Tremonte with any comments you'd like to share!
Ian Thomas
02:00:52
Thx, Adam, Michia, and Tom! -Ian
King, Jeffrey (FHWA)
02:00:58
thanks Tom and Adam great session
King, Jeffrey (FHWA)
02:01:08
and Michia
Patricia Pablo
02:01:57
Thank you all, good to see you all. Very good presentation! Good to hear you again Michia.
Dale.Lewis
02:02:28
Thanks Adam and Tom
Michia Casebier
02:02:55
Thanks Jeff King for your participation and your efforts with TON piloting the VR kit!
Michia Casebier
02:03:23
Thanks for your input, Patricia Pablo!
Michael Petesch (MnDOT)
02:06:11
thanks everyone and looking forward tot he other presentations this week!