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The traffic records are the key chain when planning, implementing, and evaluating the performance of our highway safety.  The availability of reliable and up-to-date traffic data can help decision makers from all sectors and levels to make the long- and short-term changes towards reducing the number of crashes and lives impacted by them.  With integrated data from different systems the possibilities of making better decisions increase.

The Traffic Records Coordinating Committee (TRCC) is responsible for improving the traffic records databases, the data analysis, and data availability in Puerto Rico. Their work is related to the six (6) traffic records systems (TRS):

  • Crash

  • Citation/Adjudication

  • Injury Surveillance/EMS

  • Driver License/History

  • Vehicle Registration

  • Roadway

  1. Strategic Goal: Create a data warehouse integrating traffic records systems and improve the accessibility, timeliness and uniformity of the crash system.

  2. Performance Measure:  Time to crash data availability

  3. Objective (Performance Goal): Reduce the time for crash data availability from 358 days to 90 days

  4. Most Relevant Points

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5. Strategies

a. Maximize the integration, interface and storage of the six (6) traffic data systems (integration, interface and storage).

b. Support the implementation of the upgraded police crash report, PPR-621.4.

c. Improve the processes to obtain notifications of the Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) results. 

d. Improve the capacities and processes to identify negligent driving repeat offenders.

e. Promote the collection of traffic data (AADT).

f. Support activities to meet the goals within the MIRE Action Plan.

g. Improve communication among the agencies that make up the TRCC committee.

"Having quality and coordinated traffic records is the basis of SHSP's actions and strategies. The resources available to road safety delegates are maximized thanks to a scientific decision-making process."