About Us

Welcome to TIM

Traffic Incident Management (TIM) is a planned and coordinated process by various public agencies and private sector partners to detect, respond to, and remove traffic incidents to restore traffic capacity as safely and quickly as possible.

Nevada’s TIM Coalition

Nevada TIM Coalition provides a forum for discussions, incident debriefings, state and regional policies and procedures in order to enhance coordinated response time for safe, quick removal of incidents from the roadway. TIM meetings are open to TIM Coalition members.

There are TIM Coalition(s) in Northern Nevada, Southern Nevada and rural TIM coalitions in Winnemucca, Elko, Ely, and Tonopah. If you are an incident responder, a member of any of the following types of agencies, please contact us:

  • Nevada Department of Transportation
  • State of Nevada Department of Public Safety
  • Law Enforcement (City and County)
  • Fire and Rescue (City, County, and Volunteer)
  • Local Ambulance Agencies
  • Local Emergency Management Offices / Services
  • Public Works (City, County, and Native American)
  • Environmental Agencies / Hazardous Materials Responders (private and public)
  • Towing and Recovery
  • Federal Highway, Homeland Security, and Federal Transit Administration
  • Media and Agency Public Information Officers
  • Traffic Management Centers / Dispatchers (public and private)

Involvement from all levels of personnel is crucial to building and maintaining a strong TIM program in Nevada.

Nevada TIM Teams

Our TIM Coalitions meet bimonthly to continue to foster multi-disciplinary collaboration to work to enhance the TIM program through better communication, safe and quick clearance initiatives, and improved responder safety.

The TIM program also continues to reach out to TIM stakeholders throughout the state to encourage increased participation and adoption of TIM principles and procedures. This outreach includes National SHRP2 Traffic Incident Management training sessions as well as specialized training related to the different TIM disciplines. The Coalition also conducts public outreach related to TIM and promotes responder safety legislation such as the Move-It and Move-Over laws.

The TIM Coalition also continues to develop and update Open Road Policies (ORPs), which formalize the goal of using effective traffic incident management to open the roadway safely and quickly to restore traffic flow. These policies are endorsed by various partner agencies throughout the state of Nevada. ORPs are in various stages of development in each of the seven TIM Coalition locations (Las Vegas, Reno, Carson City, Winnemucca, Elko, Ely, and Tonopah).

The Nevada TIM Coalition established 7 TIM Regions across Nevada to help the TIM community meet regularly with their peers to network, share experiences and lessons learned in a safe and secure environment, and collaborate to deliver safer TIM activities for travelers and responders. The following are the locations for where the coalitions are held:

TIM Team Locations

Las Vegas

NSP Southern Command / Room A105
4615 W. Sunset Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89118

Carson City

Location to be announced.


NSP Office / Conference Room
545 Mill Ave.
Ely, NV 89301


301 Brougher Ave.
Tonopah, NV 89049

For dates and times of the meetings, click here.


5400 Mills St.
Reno, NV 89502


NSP Office (Below DMV offices)
3920 E. Idaho St.
Elko, NV 89801


NSP Office (Below DMV offices)
3920 E. Idaho St.
Elko, NV 89801

For Additional Information, contact:

Pat Gallagher (Parsons)
Ph: (775) 720-8522
E: pat.gallagher@parsons.com

Kim Peters (Parsons)
Ph: (714) 334-5607
E: kim.peters@parsons.com

David Strawn (Parsons)
Ph: (702) 885-4944
E: david.strawn@parsons.com

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    Our Mission

    The Statewide Nevada TIM Coalition(s) primary mission is to coordinate and sustain an effective multi-agency, multi-disciplinary, and multi-jurisdictional TIM program that improves safety for first responders, incident victims, and users of the highway system while reducing traveler delay. This includes ongoing multiagency training.

    Our Vision

    To identify and solve traffic and safety issues related to improving all aspects of traffic incident management by facilitating cooperation, coordination and improved communications with statewide and local TIM stakeholders.

    Program Objectives

    1. Improved Safety for Responders and Motorists
    2. Safe, Quick Incident Clearance
    3. Improved Communications

    Background on Nevada TIM

    Traffic Incident Management in Nevada is a partnership between the Department of Public Safety (DPS), the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT), fire, EMS, police, environmental agencies, the towing and recovery industry, and the media. These partners have formed multi-disciplinary TIM coalitions to facilitate the planned and coordinated process to detect, respond, and clear traffic incidents so traffic flow may be restored as safely and as quickly as possible.

    The Southern Nevada TIM Coalition was the first in Nevada, formed in January 2008. The Southern TIM Coalition now includes thousands of trained responders from a variety of agencies and disciplines in the region who meet bimonthly to implement safe, quick clearance policies that support coordinated and cohesive management of traffic during a crash. This coalition executed an Open Roads Agreement in 2009.

    The Northern Nevada TIM Coalition was established in 2011 and has also grown into a successful partnership among hundreds of trained multiagency, multidiscipline responders. This coalition meets bimonthly to continue to improve TIM in the region.

    Rural TIM Coalitions have been established in Elko, Ely, Tonopah, and Winnemucca to meet the specific traffic incident management concerns of rural areas. Urban area TIM Coalitions have been set up in Las Vegas, Reno/Sparks, and Carson City.