MIRE FDE Data Governance, Data Collection, and Integration
California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)
Under the federal transportation act, all states will need to have a publically accessed and maintained data system in place that can be used to perform safety analyses on the Model Inventory of Roadway Elements, Fundamental Data Elements (MIRE FDE) on all public roads. All states must have a set of MIRE FDE collected on all state, local, and tribal roads by September 30, 2026 to be compliant. To meet this mandate, Caltrans has contracted with UC Berkeley SafeTREC to work with Caltrans, as well as tribal, regional and local agencies to develop a pilot plan for how these MIRE FDE will be collected, maintained, and shared.
Research tasks include:
- Working with stakeholder representatives to provide input into a pilot plan to collect the MIRE FDE data;
- Conducting a survey on MIRE FDE data governance, data integration, data collection methods, and data gaps;
- Providing input to and feedback on a gap analysis report, cost analysis, and data quality control plan; and
- Partnering with Caltrans to establish a draft plan for collection and sharing of MIRE FDE.
- Model Inventory of Roadway Elements (MIRE). January, 2020. (Caltrans).
Completed Reports and Resources
- Data Standards and Definitions and MIRE FDE Crosswalk Tables (2022)
- Pilot Uniform Data Model (2022)
- Safety Analysis Methods and Preliminary Gap Analysis Report (2022)
- Introduction to MIRE FDE and Summary of CA Planning Efforts (2022, YouTube): This video is currently undergoing updates for digital accessibility and will be made available soon. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.