Highway Safety Research Group Hosts Traffic Records User Conference
June 4, 2019
BATON ROUGE - The Traffic Records User Conference is a one-day conference held Tuesday, July 30, at the LSU Business Education Complex. Conference presentations focus on law enforcement and other traffic records, data users and stakeholders. Many sessions concentrate on data use and visualizations to offer relatable examples of data-driven decision making for safety improvements.
“The Traffic Records User Conference offers a unique forum for disseminating traffic safety data, sharing research and analysis, training on data quality, and building partnerships among attendees,” said Dan Magri, TRCC Chair and DOTD Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Planning
Pre-registration ends Friday, July 26. On-Site registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and presentations start at 8:30 a.m., with sessions ending before 3 p.m. All traffic records stakeholders are encouraged to attend, which includes law enforcement representatives, safety coalition members, State agency representatives and other traffic-safety related attendees. Breakfast and lunch are provided, and free parking is available directly across the street from the BEC.
About the Highway Safety Research Group
The Highway Safety Research Group (HSRG) is responsible for collecting, maintaining, storing, analyzing, and distributing crash related data captured from law enforcement and other agencies throughout the state of Louisiana. This data is used to perform many research studies and produce an annual fact book. These publications are used by decision makers in setting policies, projects, and programs to improve the safety of our state's roadways. HSRG is a division of the Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems within the E. J. Ourso College of Business at Louisiana State University.
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