UC Berkeley SafeTREC is excited to announce that two new video tutorials are now available as part of the Tribal Road Safety Program! Click on the links below to learn how to use two new tools for advancing road safety on tribal lands: Tribal Street Story and Tribal TIMS.
Tribal Street Story: Online Crowdsourcing & Engagement
Tribal Street Story is an online engagement platform from UC Berkeley SafeTREC that allows residents to collect information on transportation collisions, near misses, hazards, and safe places to travel. The Tribal Street Story tool allows for the collection of community-generated data on road conditions and transportation safety issues in and near tribal lands. Watch the new tutorial to lean more about the platform and how to use it in your own community. Visit the Tribal Street Story webpage for more information about the program.
Tribal Transportation Injury Mapping System (TIMS)
The Tribal TIMS tool from UC Berkeley SafeTREC provides tribes with access to a web-based interactive analysis and mapping tool for tribal areas. This tool is password protected and has a function for entering collision data, and includes a function for submitting crash data to CHP SWITRS and features for mapping and analyses of data related to the tribal area. Watch the new tutorial to learn more about the tool and how to use it in your own community. Visit the Tribal TIMS webpage for more information about the tool.
Funding for this program is provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).