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Traffic Incident Management Teams

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Responding effectively to incidents on the highway requires a planned and coordinated effort by many different individuals - from law enforcement and fire departments to emergency medical personnel, towing companies, spill response firms, and FDOT maintenance crews. The FDOT Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Program brings together all agencies involved in clearing an accident from the roadway. Together, they strive to make incident management safer for the responders and motorists, and work to reduce the time needed to reopen travel lanes and get traffic moving again.

TIM Teams are active in all FDOT Districts. The teams consist of representatives from responding agencies and towing and other contract service providers. The teams review past response actions and explore ways that incident management can be improved on the highways they serve. These teams also conduct training for incident responders and are active in traffic management planning for special events. The teams are open to all responders and there is no cost to attend meetings.

FDOT monitors traffic in many urban areas in Traffic Management Centers or TMC's. The TMC's are a vital part of the Department's response to traffic incidents. They are all equipped with video walls where live camera feeds from the roadways are monitored 24 hours day/7 days a week. The cameras, part of Florida's Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) network, provide enhanced views of the roadway. Incident response times have been reduced because the TMC operators can initiate response actions through the communications systems that are also part of the TMC. The TMC's are a key component of FDOT's traffic management operations. At the state level, the statewide TIM Team addresses specific program areas where recommendations are needed.

At the state level, the statewide TIM Team addresses specific program areas where recommendations are needed.
Please visit the links below to learn more about individual Traffic Incident Management



District Traffic Incident Management links:
District 1 Traffic Incident Management Team
http://www.swfltim.org/
District 2 Traffic Incident Management Team
http://jax511.com/D2TIMwp/
District 4 Traffic Incident Management Team
http://www.smartsunguide.com/TIM.aspx
District 5 Traffic Incident Management Team
http://www.cflsmartroads.com/
District 6 Traffic Incident Management Team
http://www.sunguide.info


For more information on specific Traffic Incident Management team, please contact your local TIM program manager
Below is the most recent map of the active Traffic Incident Management teams: DOT TIM teams 2011


DISTRICT ONE
Project Manager:

William Fuller
Email:
William.Fuller@dot.state.fl.us
Telephone:
239-225-9815
DISTRICT TWO
Project Manager:

Donna R. Danson
Email:
Donna.Danson@dot.state.fl.us
Telephone:
904-360-5635
DISTRICT THREE
Project Manager:

Stephen Corbin
Email:
Stephen.Corbin@dot.state.fl.us
Telephone:
850-330-1280
DISTRICT FOUR
Project Manager:

Nicole McGlynn
Email:
Nicole.McGlynn@dot.state.fl.us
Telephone:
954-847-2631
DISTRICT FIVE
Project Manager:

Ron Miller
Email:
Ron.Miller@dot.state.fl.us
Telephone:
386-943-5370
DISTRICT SIX
Project Manager:

Javier Rodriguez, P.E.
Email:
Javier.Rodriguez2@dot.state.fl.us
Telephone:
305-640-7307
DISTRICT SEVEN
Project Manager:

Terry Hensley
Email:
Terry.Hensley@dot.state.fl.us
Telephone:
813-615-8600
FLORIDA'S TURNPIKE
Project Manager:

Michael Washburn
Email:
Michael.Washburn@dot.state.fl.us
Telephone:
954-934-1242


For additional information, please contact Shawn.Kinney@dot.state.fl.us