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Safety Groups

Annual License Fees are broken into Safety Groups. Safety Groups are determined by a combination of population and roadway miles as follows:

 

Safety Group # State Agencies within Safety Group
Safety Group 1 Alaska, District of Columbia, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, North Dakota, New Hampshire,

Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, Wyoming

Safety Group 2 Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana,

Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri,

Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, Ohio,

Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia,

Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia

Safety Group 3 California, Florida, Texas, New York

 

Annual Fees

 

Annual License Fee
 

Group #

AASHTOWare Safety

Segment Analytics

AASHTOWare Safety

Intersection Analytics

AASHTOWare Safety

Trend Analytics

Safety Group 1 $100,000 $100,000 $50,000
Safety Group 2 $175,000 $175,000 $100,000
Safety Group 3 $350,000 $350,000 $200,000

AASHTOWare Safety Segment Analytics

This license fee shown in the Annual Fee table allows the use of the AASHTOWare Safety Segment Analytics with an unlimited number of users within an agency, as well as access for any third-party contractors, consultants, or outside parties identified by the purchasing agency.

Purchase of AASHTOWare Safety Segment Analytics includes access to segment data in the following applications: Crash Query, Safety Analysis, Network Screening, and SPF Manager.

AASHTOWare Safety Intersection Analytics

This license fee shown in the Annual Fee table provides agencies who have already purchased AASHTOWare Safety Segment Analytics with the addition of intersection capabilities. As with Safety Segment Analytics, the purchase of Safety Intersections Analytics provides a license for an unlimited number of users within an agency, as well as access for third-party contractors, consultants, or outside parties identified by the purchasing agency.

AASHTOWare Safety Intersection Analytics provides additional intersection reporting, analysis, and querying for the following applications: Crash Query, Safety Analysis, Network Screening, and SPF Manager.

AASHTOWare Safety Trend Analytics

This license fee shown in the Annual Fee table provides agencies who have already purchased AASHTOWare Safety Segments Analytics with the addition of the Trend application. As with Safety Segment Analytics, Safety Trend Analytics provides access to an unlimited number of users within an agency, as well as access for third-party contractors, consultants, or outside parties identified by the purchasing agency. Additionally, Safety Trend Analytics allows for the creation of public-facing workbooks through the public portals feature, allowing the public sharing of custom workbooks.

AASHTOWare Safety Trend Analytics includes the following applications: Workbooks, Public Portals.

AASHTOWare Safety Segment Analytics 90-Day Test Drive

The AASHTOWare Safety Segment Analytics Test Drive allows for an evaluation period of 90 days, which includes a specified geographic region (a single city, county, or region), and limited crash history (6 months – 2 years) to be utilized for evaluation purposes. The AASHTOWare Safety Segment Analytics Test Drive provides access to an unlimited number of users within an agency for evaluation purposes only.

The AASHTOWare Safety Segment Analytics Test Drive includes access to segment data in the following applications: Crash Query, Safety Analysis, Network Screening, and SPF Manager.

 

AASHTOWare Safety Implementation

Implementation Units are required in the first year of licensing to address one-time costs associated with AASHTOWare Safety implementation. All AASHTOWare Safety modules, including Safety Segment Analytics, Safety Intersection Analytics, and Safety Trend Analytics, require the purchase of implementation units to cover the cost related to implementation activities.

Oversight of all AASHTOWare Safety implementation activities will be performed by a Numetric project manager, who will coordinate all related meetings, tasks, and schedules. Implementation activities also include data clean-up and connecting the agency’s data sources, configuring the licensed applications, and providing end-user training. The project manager will conduct weekly meetings with the agency’s project team to review the status of tasks, discuss design options, collect product feedback, and coordinate training. The implementation process ensures that agencies have an operational and functional set of applications that are correctly configured for each organization and a trained workforce to utilize the applications in their day-to-day operations.

An estimated number of AASHTOWare Implementation Units required is provided in the table below. Please note: Many factors can contribute to the level of effort required to successfully implement the software in an agency, and the cost and therefore the number of implementation units required, may vary from the estimated number of units provided in the table below. Each agency should discuss implementation activities directly with Numetric and obtain a proposal for implementation prior to ordering any AASHTOWare Safety software, so that an appropriate number of implementation units can be ordered through AASHTO.

 

Estimated Implementation Units Required One-Time First Year
 

Group #

AASHTOWare Safety

Segment Analytics

AASHTOWare Safety

Intersection Analytics

AASHTOWare Safety

Trend Analytics

Safety Group 1 4 4 1
Safety Group 2 7 7 2
Safety Group 3 12 12 4

The cost of implementation can be ordered in whole unit increments, each equal to $25,000, which cannot be prorated and shall be paid upon receipt of the invoice. Many factors can contribute to the level of effort required to successfully implement the software in an agency, and the cost and the number of implementation units required, may vary from the estimated number of units provided in the table above. Each agency should discuss implementation activities directly with Numetric and obtain a proposal for implementation prior to ordering any AASHTOWare Safety software, so that an appropriate number of implementation units can be ordered through AASHTO.

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