ENTERPRISE initiated this project to review the current state of traveler information practice focused on reporting weather events and explore the concept of a traveler information community of practice (CoP). The CoP could enable information sharing among traveler information coordinators who manage state and local department of transportation (DOT) traveler information systems. To accomplish the project objectives an online survey was distributed to traveler information contact(s) in each U.S. state as well as the Ontario Ministry of Transportation. The goals of the survey were to gather information about traveler information road weather reporting processes and activities and understand the current needs that might be met through a CoP. Based on the interest in a CoP gathered through the survey results, initial discussions were held with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) about the potential to accomplish a traveler information CoP, either by creating an activity or leveraging one or more existing activities. AASHTO has included an activity to create a traveler information CoP within AASHTO’s Committee on Transportation System Operations (CTSO).