9-1-1 National Deployment Status

9-1-1 National Deployment Status

USDOT and NENA Work Together in Support of Wireless E9-1-1 Information Clearinghouse and County-by-County Deployment Maps

NENA, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), APCO, NASNA and other stakeholders, is conducting a Wireless Implementation Program to stimulate wireless Phase I and Phase II implementation throughout the U.S.

Two products of the Wireless Implementation Program are now available. The first is the NENA/USDOT Clearinghouse, which includes a number of contracts, agreements and other documents useful to PSAPs, wireless carriers and E9-1-1 service system providers as they implement wireless E9-1-1.

The second product, the Wireless Deployment Profile, is the result of a six-month survey conducted by NENA. State and county 9-1-1 coordinators provided information on readiness of states, counties and PSAPs for wireless E9-1-1. NENA continues to update this information on an ongoing/daily basis.

The information from the survey is accessible via a “point and click” map combined with tabular data for each county. Simply click on the state and zoom to your county, then choose “Select to display county detail” to view tabular data for that county. Alternatively, you may use a text search by entering the county and state below the map to view the tabular data.

County Color Codes

White  No data available
Red  No 9-1-1/Basic
Yellow  Enhanced 9-1-1
Light Blue  Started Phase I
Dark Blue  Completed Phase I
Light Green  Started Phase II
Dark Green  Completed Phase II

If you have any changes to the information in the Wireless Deployment Profile, please send them to [email protected].

If you have additional questions regarding NENA’s involvement in the U.S. Department of Transportation Wireless Implementation Project, please contact NENA Headquarters at 1-800-332-3911, or email [email protected].

Secretarial Initiative

U.S. DOT Wireless E9-1-1 Steering Council – Scroll down for all documents.

  • Cover Page
  • Section 1, Section 2, Section 3
  • Appendix

White Papers – Scroll down for all documents

  • Priority Action Plans
    U.S. Department of Transportation Wireless E9-1-1 Initiative Priority Action Plan
  • NENA/DOT Wireless E9-1-1 Technical Issues
    This White Paper discusses the technical issues confronting the implementation of Wireless E9-1-1 Phase II, in a sequence similar to the actual call process – from processing the 9-1-1 dialed call origination, through voice and data management and delivery, and data impacts at the PSAP.
  • Introduction to GIS
    A Public Safety Answering Point Managers’ Guide to Geographic Information Technology
  • Wireless Location Accuracy Issues
    A White Paper Prepared for the USDOT Wireless Implementation Project

This material is based upon work supported by the Federal Highway Administration under Contract No. DTFH61-02-C-00015. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not reflect the views of the Federal Highway Administration.

The Wireless Deployment Profile is based on a survey conducted by NENA. Every effort has been made to obtain complete and accurate information. NENA shall not be liable for any loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by those who use the information.

Document Size
9-1-1UserFees-July2011.doc 80.5 KB
WirelessCover.pdf 504.44 KB
030127E911ActionPlanFinal.pdf 68.64 KB
DOTWirelessTechIssuesWhitePaperRevAugust2004.pdf 48.4 KB
FinalDoTWhitePaperonWirelessLocationAccuracyIssues.pdf 67.34 KB
nenagiswhitepaper-final.pdf 144.5 KB
WirelessSect1.pdf 761.83 KB
WirelessSect2final.pdf 860.84 KB
WirelessSect3.pdf 620.17 KB
WirelessAppendix.pdf 192.05 KB