Our most recent TraCS project was wrapped up in Spring 2015, which included our upgrade to TraCS 10. This summer we added the Post Crash Inspection and Warning Forms.
Motor Carrier is using TraCS to create nearly 100% of its forms. As a province we see nearly 90% of the entire provinces annual CMV Inspections electronically created and transmitted using TraCS, followed by 90% of Weight Certificates and 5% of Citations.
Future Projects will include electronically forwarding Citation data to our Justice Department. We are also looking to take advantage of the RMS and Analysis Reporting features in TraCS. The Department of Conservation is currently in the RFP process to implement multiple forms with TraCS.
- LEAD AGENCY: Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation
- PROGRAM SUPPORTED BY: Internal Staff
- TRACS SOFTWARE DEPLOYMENT: Province Wide Agency - Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation – Motor Carrier Enforcement – 40+ Officers.
- FUTURE DEPLOYMENT PLANS: Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation chose TraCS and deployed the TraCS Mobile to 25 Panasonic CF-19 Toughbook tablet PCs and 5 weigh scale computers connecting to TraCS Office on Citrix. The TraCS product has been in production since 11/2006 for our officers. Manitoba is continuing to promote the TraCS software as a global solution for electronic Ticket and MV Crash Reports. One other government agency and a rural police force are using the TraCS application. Other local agencies continue to look at TraCS as a solution for their data collection.
- LAST UPDATED: 2017/01
Forms being used by Manitoba include:
- Traffic Citation
- CMV Inspection
- Weight Certificate
- Post Crash Inspection
- Warning Notice
- Facility Audit
ADDITIONAL FORM DEVELOPMENT PLANS: Time and Activity Report, Facility Audit, History Search
Manitoba hasn't implemented MACH yet.
Director Motor Carrier Enforcement