Local Agency Safety Plan Development

May 8, 2019

8:00AM - 4:00PM

California State University, Sacramento
Sacramento, CA

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This course focuses on using a Systemic and a Spot Location Approach to safety planning. Caltrans currently has funding to assist the local agencies to address the safety issues at the local level. To access this funding, Caltrans would prefer the local agencies to have a Data-Driven Local Road Safety Plan that would provide the data used to identify the safety concern, the locations and the improvement. A Local Road Safety Plan can be developed in house. This one-day course will focus on :

  1. What are some of the funding sources that are available (State, Federal, Tribal).
  2. What is a Data-Drive safety plan and what data is needed?
  3. What is the difference between a Spot Location and a Systemic Approach? Do I have to do one or the other?
  4. A general format of information required in the Safety Plan.
  5. Tools, templates and resources that can be used as an agency is developing a Safety Plan.

By the end of this course the student will understand the data requirement and how to review this data with the intent of identifying safety programs for both a spot location and a systemic approach.

This course was developed for the Managers and lead workers that have been charged by their organization to develop and manger a Transportation Safety Plan for the agency.

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