23 CFR 1335.4 - Coordinating committee.
A coordinating committee shall—
(a) Include representatives from the administrators, collectors, and users of State highway safety data and traffic records, including representatives of highway safety, highway infrastructure, traffic enforcement, public health, injury control, and motor carrier organizations;
(b) Have authority to review any of the State's highway safety data and traffic records systems and to review any changes to such systems before the changes are implemented;
(c) Provide a forum for the discussion of highway safety data and traffic records issues and report on any such issues to the organizations in the State that create, maintain, and use highway safety data and traffic records;
(d) Consider the views of the organizations in the State that are involved in the administration, collection and use of the highway safety data and traffic records system; coordinate these views among the organizations; and represent the interests of the organizations within the traffic records system to outside organizations;
(e) Review and evaluate new technologies to keep the highway safety data and traffic records systems up-to-date; and
(f) Develop, implement, and administer the strategic plan specified in § 1335.6 of this part.
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