The mission of the CTSRC is to support the Connecticut Department of Transportation in developing and maintaining a state of the art crash data entry, collection, and safety analysis system. The goals of the CTSRC include: 1) providing efficient tools for the collection and analysis of crash data: 2) track and document safety improvements and needs in the state: 3) development of outreach programs to target Connecticut specific/identified safety concerns: 4) conduct transportation safety research that has state, national and global implications and applications
Crash Data Vendors by Town
Below is a link to the latest version of Connecticut’s PR-1. This release should contain the final edits and changes to be made to this form, unless major errors are uncovered or requests for change are received from police departments or crash data collection vendors.
In addition, the second link contains a crash data specifications guide that documents a history of changes, XML Schema Elements Definitions, Acceptance Rules and Warning Rules, and Requirements for Electronic Submission of Crash Data.
Below is the New MMUCC Complaint PR-1 user guide. This is for demonstration and review purposes only.
Investigator Guides from other states can be found here.
The CTDOT Testing and Certification Guide has been released (link below) and is now available to RMS providers for use. Please complete the CTDOT registration form in the rear of the document in order to receive your user credentials from CTDOT’s Office of Information Systems and to begin user testing with our required crash scenarios which are posted below.
Below are links to sample PR-1 reports that have been completed for test cases using the New MMUCC Complaint PR-1 form. These cases are for demonstration and review purposes only. Any data entered into these forms is fictional and does not represent any person or actual crash. The cases in the links below will be used as part of the vendor certification process for the New MMUCC PR-1.