Emergency Responder Safety Institute

TIM Network Liason: Jack Sullivan
Created as a Committee of the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association, the Emergency Responder Safety Institute (ERSI) serves as an advisory group of public safety leaders and transportation experts committed to reducing deaths and injuries to America’s emergency responders.

National Transportation Operations Coalition

TIM Network Liason: Eric Rensel
The National Transportation Operations Coalition (NTOC) serves as an important foundation for institutionalizing management and operations into the transportation industry. This alliance of national associations, practitioners and private sector groups represent the collective interests of stakeholders at state, local and regional levels who have a wide range of experience in operations, planning and public safety.

RTSMO TIM Subcommittee

TIM Network Liason: Pat Noyes | Eileen Singleton
The Regional TIM Subcommittee will view regional traffic incident management activities from the perspective of both planning as well as operating agencies.

ITS America Safety Forum

TIM Network Liason: Angie Kremer
The Safety Forum considers advancements in research and deployment of ITS safety systems in response to a comprehensive, research-based view of national needs for new solutions. It collaboratively supports and promotes the demonstration and deployment of promising technology rich safety systems and contributes to the development of national deployment policies and technological standards

EMS Safety Foundation

TIM Network Liason: Nadine Levick
The EMS Safety Foundation, is a not-for-profit ‘Think Tank’ consortium and institute, its mission is to promote and enhance EMS Safety Innovation, Collaboration, Research, Knowledge Transfer, Education and Safety information dissemination.

TMC Pooled Fund Study

TIM Network Liason: Jim McGee
The goal of the TMC Pooled-Fund Study (PFS) is to assemble regional, state, and local transportation management agencies and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to (1) identify human-centered and operational issues that are common among TMC operators and managers; (2) suggest approaches to addressing identified issues; (3) initiate and monitor projects intended to address identified issues; (4) disseminate results; and (5) assist in solution deployment.

I-95 Corridor Coalition

TIM Network Liason: Tom Martin
The Coordinated Incident Management – Safety Committee raises the visibility of safety in all Coalition activities, and facilitates, supports, and enhances the coordination and implementation of interagency efforts in response to major incidents. Within this Committee are Regional HOGs groups — an acronym from the previous committee name of “Highway Operations Group” — which address regional geographies from Maine to Florida.”