KY Office of Highway Safety: Facilitating the Development of Projects to Attain the Goals in the Implementation Plan for the 2018-21 TRSP

Grants and Contracts Details


The Kentucky Transportation Center has assisted each traffic records database in the development of a Traffic Records Improvement Plan (TRIP) for the 2018-21 Traffic Records Strategic Plan (TRSP). The TRIP was written after NHTSA’s traffic records assessment, which included recommendations for database improvements for the six traffic records databases. KTC is currently assisting each database in the identification and development of projects to address NHTSA’s recommendations as well as the identification and development of projects to improve all other database attributes. Some projects are underway. But some are not sufficiently developed to justify future investments of the resources needed to accomplish the goals set out in the Traffic Records Improvement Plan (TRIP). This grant will continue KTC’s assistance to the databases in their effort to develop projects for successful attainment of each databases’ goals in the TRIP. The Kentucky Transportation Center staff will: 1. Review previous KTRAC 405 projects for implementation and assessment of impact/further needs, with a particular emphasis on integration efforts. 2. Continue the collection of data for the performance metrics of each database from the appropriate database liaison. 3. Monitor and document progress toward fulfilling the goals and timetables in the implementation plan. 4. Facilitate discussions with database liaisons to resolve any problems that may arise in the development of projects to meet the goals. 5. Document any necessary changes in the goals of the implementation plan or reasons for delays in meeting the goals and/or completing the projects underway. 6. Submit a progress report that assesses progress in project development and documents successful project completion.
Effective start/end date10/7/199/30/20


  • KY Office of Highway Safety: $76,597.00


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