COLORADO TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
Your website for Colorado TIM resources and information!
Announcements & Information
Colorado Supports Crash Responder Safety Week 2023!!
Statewide TIM Program Goals
The goal of the Colorado's Traffic Incident Management Program is to reduce exposure to live traffic for all responders by removing incidents from the roadway and restoring normal traffic operations as safely and quickly as possible. The TIM program works to:
safe and quick clearance of traffic incidents
prompt reliable and interoperable communications
economic vitality by reducing delays
Colorado TIM Highlight
TIM Program Components
Learn what you should do as a driver or passenger if you’re ever involved in a traffic incident on Colorado’s highways. Plus, find statistics on how traffic incidents impact motorists and responders.
The Front Range Metro CDOT Safety Patrol sponsored by Geico and I-70 Mountain Corridor CDOT Safety Patrol provide limited roadside assistance at no charge to drivers needing fuel, flat-tire changes, assistance moving vehicles to the shoulder and much, much more.
The TIM program removes incidents from Colorado’s highways and restores normal travel operations as safely and quickly as possible. Use this link to see our available training resources.
Colorado TIM Teams
Locations & Contact Information
TIM Team Purpose: A TIM Team is a forum of collaborative members from public and private agencies to facilitate continuous dialogue about TIM best practices. They do this through collaboratively collecting data, creating and hosting mutually beneficial trainings, funding TIM programs and sharing resources. These well-rounded, multi-disciplinary teams bring together their diverse experience to advance and implement TIM practices within specific areas of responsibility across the state.
Get information about a TIM Team near you by region below.
Northwest TIM Region
Northeast TIM Region
Denver Metro TIM Region
Southwest TIM Region
La Plata County TIM Team