Incident Management Systems
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Incident management systems can reduce the effects of incident-related congestion by decreasing the time to detect incidents, the time for responding vehicles to arrive, and the time required for traffic to return to normal conditions. Such systems make use of a variety of surveillance technologies, as well as enhanced communications and other technologies that facilitate coordinated response to incidents as well. Many incident management systems also provide traveler information.
 
Federal
USDOT Traffic Incident Management
Provides information and resources concerning the Federal Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) program.
USDOT Traffic Incident Management

FHWA Emergency Transportation Operations
FHWA, through the Emergency Transportation Operations ​programs, provides tools, guidance, capacity building and good practices that aid local and State DOTs and their partners in their efforts to improve transportation network efficiency and public/responder safety when a non-recurring event either interrupts of overwhelms transportation operations.
FHWA Emergency Transportation Operations
 
Kentucky
 SAFE Patrol
The Safety Assistance for Freeway Emergencies (SAFE) Patrol is designed to aid motorists and assist with incident management.
SAFE Patrol

ARTIMIS
The Advanced Regional Traffic Interactive Management & Information System provides incident, congestion, and freeway management on 88 miles of highways for the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Region. 
ARTIMIS

TRIMARC
The Traffic Response and Incident Management Assisting the River Cities system includes an integrated system of sensors, cameras, dynamic message signs, highway advisory radio and computer monitoring more than 60 miles of interstate traffic in the greater Louisville and Southern Indiana urbanized area. 
TRIMARC