Boost Program Performance
Improve the effectiveness of your road safety plans by employing a systemic and repeatable safety management practice—generating a management plan and tracking performance against the plan.
Use powerful query and integrated LRS and GIS presentation tools to perform advanced spatial analysis to quickly identify problem areas.
Perform Advanced Analysis
Use proactive or reactive models to simulate or identify high-crash locations–including contributing factors under varying conditions–to better understand how to mitigate risks.
See recommended best-first projects to achieve your defined objectives of reducing fatalities, liabilities, property damage, and more–across your network or along a corridor.
Safety Performance Measures
Easily compute and manage various performance measures required to accomplish HSIP reporting.
MIRE and MMUCC
Meet data and analysis requirements according to Model Inventory of Roadway Elements (MIRE) and Model Minimum Uniform Crash Criteria (MMUCC) guidelines.
Generate reactive and proactive models for high-crash locations.
Employ sliding window and peak searching methods to simplify screening.
Drill down to identified hotspot locations and see the breakdown of contributing or responsible factors.
User-Defined Decision Matrix
Determine the most effective treatments to maximize level of service and resolve safety issues.
Perform location-aware screening as well as mapping and analysis of hotspots.
Project Planning and Management
Evaluate and identify candidate safety projects by their forecasted impact.
Improve internal and external communication with compelling reports that tell the full story of your safety program.
Meet Regulatory Standards
Support FHWA TAMP planning and develop safety programs that comply with AASHTO Highway Safety Manual, MAP-21, FAST Act, HSIP Final Rules, MIRE, and MMUCC requirements.
Configure the system to meet agency-specific requirements.