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South Carolina Uses Electronic Crash System Deployment for Safety Data Improvements

Summary from: Roadway Safety Data Program | South Carolina Safety Data Improvements Through Electronic Crash System Deployment | FHWA-SA-16-109

Publication Year: 2016


Background

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) and the South Carolina Department of Public Safety (SCDPS) implemented the South Carolina Collision and Ticket Tracking System (SCCATTS), a long-term initiative to improve law enforcement data quality. SCCATTS supports decision making with quality data and by efficiently sharing data among stakeholders. The benefits of SCCATTS include providing a standardized way for law enforcement to process crash and citation data through a streamlined electronic process, obtaining more timely, accurate, and complete crash and citation data, data-driven decision-making, and delivering data to stakeholder agencies electronically, eliminating the paper-based process.

Read the Case Study South Carolina Safety Data Improvements Through Electronic Crash System Deployment for more detailed information.

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Contacts

Stuart Thompson
FHWA Office of Safety
202-366-8090
Stuart.Thompson@dot.gov

Publication Year: 2016

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