• TEAAS – Traffic Engineering Accident Analysis System

    TEAAS crash data is now available through February 2014

     

    The Traffic Engineering Accident Analysis System (TEAAS) is a crash analysis software system downloadable from the internet and available free of charge to state government personnel, municipalities, law enforcement agencies, planning organizations, and research entities. TEAAS contains information on all reportable traffic crashes occurring in North Carolina since 1990. It also contains all ordinance information for all state-maintained roads and highways.

    Downloads

    Download the latest version of TEAAS

    Download the latest troubleshooting guide

    Download the reference material for the latest version

    Download the State Seal for the ordinance Certificate of Rulemaking

    Download the UAT version of TEAAS (for software testing only)

    Training Dates Times and Locations

    TEAAS training spans two consecutive days and provides an overview of crash data, routes and features, road codes, mileposting, traffic volumes, severity, intersection and strip studies, crash analysis techniques, and ordinances. A basic understanding of Excel (opening text files, sorting data, inserting cells, deleting rows, etc.) is desirable, but not required, for this class. All classes start at 8:30 a.m. 

    • May 12-13, 2014 in Albemarle, NC
    • September 24-25, 2014 in Garner, NC
    TEAAS training is now provided through the Road Safety Academy (RSA) of UNC’s Highway Safety Research Center (HSRC). Registrants will first need to create an account (sign up), then log into the course page and select the appropriate course/dates. Click here to register. Once approved, registrants will receive a confirmation email followed by an invoice (if appropriate). Please contact Dan Gelinne at 919-962-8703 with any questions​.

     

    Garner Facility Information

    Asheville Facility Information

    Jacksonville Facility Information

     
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