The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) recently published 2015’s Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Self-Assessment Results. The District Six TIM Team scored 82.2 percent. The self-assessment was revised to include a more stringent scoring criteria and a higher number of questions. The revisions were made as a result of user feedback taken from previous surveys and to align itself with the TIM Capability Maturity Framework.
District Six scored highest in its tactical section which suggests it holds a strong alignment with safe and quick clearance standards. The assessment has established proper incident response procedures to support the program’s safety and clearance goals. The District also scored well on the test’s strategic section but revealed it could improve coordination with stakeholders.