Webinar: Leveraging Local Funding for Traffic Incident Management (March 5 at 12 PM EST)

Webinar: Leveraging Local Funding for Traffic Incident Management (March 5 at 12 PM EST)

Adequate and sustained funding is a key element to ensure a traffic incident management (TIM) program’s success. Building upon the successful webinar held this past December that featured several state-level TIM funding case studies, the TIM Network and FHWA will host a locally focused funding webinar. Please join us on March 5, 2015, from 12:00-1:30 PM EST to hear from and engage in discussion with those who want to make you more successful in securing funding at the local level for TIM projects.
While federal and state funding for TIM is available and a tremendous resource to help sustain TIM programs, what else can you, as emergency responders, do in your own communities? This free webinar will explore this issue and discuss opportunities to leverage local funding for TIM.

Presenters include a dedicated municipal government public safety professional with a program that is fully supported by local tax dollars, as well as the executive director of one of the more than 700 community foundations that could be a source of additional funding. A county planning representative will talk about building relationships and a vision that incorporates TIM and is the foundation for future investment.

Participants are also encouraged to share their own ideas about local funding sources. Adequate time will be allowed following the presentations for Q&A.

How to Participate
If you plan to attend, please RSVP by Wednesday, March 4, to Erin Arva at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and provide your name and agency. Attendance information will be provided when you RSVP.

Please feel free to share this invitation with other emergency responders and anyone who you think would be interested!

Flagger class make-up date - March 6

The flagger class scheduled at Chancey’s in Covington on Feb. 25 was postponed due to weather. It has been rescheduled for Friday, March 6 at their location. They plan to having a morning class at 8AM and if it is necessary to get everybody taken care of a second class that day starting at 1PM.

Please call to confirm attendance:
Carl Chancey, 770-294-1048
Jerry Gossett, 770-333-3936  or 770-361-1237

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The City of Sandy Springs Fire & Police are the latest agencies to sign the Open Roads Policy. To see the signed policy statements, please click below:

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Flagger Classes - Feb. 2015

Reminder on flagger class dates and contacts:

Feb. 10 – Willard’s in Buford in the morning (could be one in the afternoon, too) - Jimmy Willard, 404-516-0158

Feb. 21 – Martin’s in Cartersville (morning and afternoon, if needed) - Rodney Martin, 678-986-0911

Feb 25 – Chancey’s in Conyers (morning and afternoon class) - Carl Chancey, 770-294-1048


SHRP2 Training - Cartersville, Ga.

SHRP2 traffic incident management training with Bartow and Cartersville Fire and P.D. will take place Wednesday, Jan. 28 from 8 am to 5 pm (two four-hour blocks) as well as Thursday, Jan. 29 from 8 am to 5 pm (two four-hour blocks). Training will occur at the Cartersville Fire Headquarters, 195 Cassville Road.