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 Definition  Goals  Elements  Roles and Responsibilities  Accomplishments.

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2  Definition  Goals  Elements  Roles and Responsibilities  Accomplishments

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6  Reduce incident related congestion  Improve traffic flow  Reduce greenhouse gas emissions  Improve response and incident clearance times  Improve emergency responder safety  Reduce secondary collisions  Decrease economic impact caused by incidents

7 TRANSPORTATION EFFICIENCY TRAVELER SAFETY LAW ENFORCEMENT ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATION FIRE DEPARTMENT/ MEDICAL/ DEP PRESERVE LIVES PRESERVE PROPERTY

8  Detection  Verification  Response  Motorist Information  Site Management  Traffic Management  Clearance

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10  Emergency Responders – Fire/Rescue  Law Enforcement  Transportation Agencies  Emergency Operations Centers  Traffic Communication Centers  Media  Public Information Officers  Medical Examiner  Environmental Agencies  Forestry

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12  Disseminate Information  Site Management  Traffic Management  Clearance  Performance Measures

13 Notification Verification Response Travel Lanes Cleared Incident Cleared

14  Open Roads Policy  Spill Mitigation Policy  Road Rangers  RISC  Move It Law  Move Over Law

15  TIMe 4 Safety Video  Road Ranger Responder Survey  Move Over Law  Open Roads Policy  Spill Mitigation Guidelines

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17  Active programs in most major urban areas in Florida and along Florida’s Turnpike.  In 2011, Road Rangers made over 395,000 stops including:  Debris pick-ups  Emergency response support  Motorist assistance calls.

18  Originally signed in 2002  Updated in 2012 (pending final approval)  Agreement between Florida Highway Patrol and Florida Department of Transportation  State Highway System  Promotes responder safety  Expedites removal of vehicles, cargo, and debris  Restores safe and orderly flow of traffic in an urgent manner after a traffic incident For more info:

19  Mitigation of Accidental Discharges of Motor Vehicle Fluids Guidelines  Guidelines for clean-up of hazardous materials such as:  Oil  Fuel  Grease  Antifreeze For more info:

20  Provides incentives to towing companies who respond and clear incidents involving types of vehicles that are beyond the recovery capabilities of light and medium-duty rotation towing providers For more info:

21 Activation of RISC 60 minutes $600 flat rate service payment if arrival time is within 60 minutes Arrival on scene within 60 minutes NTP Notice to proceed is given 90 minutes 90 minute clearance time, $2,500 bonus Plus $1,000 bonus if additional equipment is used 90 minute clearance goal If vendor exceeds 90 minutes but does not exceed 180 minutes clearance time, $0 bonus 180 minutes180+ minutes If roadway is not cleared within 180 minutes, a penalty of $10/minute ($600/hour) is assessed

22  Requires minor accident vehicles to be moved from travel lanes when safe and there are no injuries  Reduces  Lane closure times  Hazards to other drivers  Hazards to responders

23 Vacate the lane closest to the emergency vehicle or Slow to a speed 20 mph less than the posted speed limit For more info:

24 Communication Learn from each other Develop action plans Maintain Free Flow Traffic

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