U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
HSIP Overview, NHI-FHWA-380110
This course is intended to provide you with a basic understanding of the purpose of the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) and relationship of HSIP programs, background on data collection and quality measures, and an overview of the HSIP processes for planning, implementation and evaluation.
HSIP Project Identification, NHI-FHWA-380111
The Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Project Identification course provides the background and information necessary for identifying HSIP projects. Background information includes data analysis concepts such as regression-to-the mean, safety performance functions, and the Empirical Bayes method. Information is presented on the network screening process, including approaches that support systemic safety improvements and those aimed at identifying specific sites with potential for safety improvement. The course will enable participants to choose between different network screening methods by distinguishing between the data needs, strengths and limitations of the different approaches; identify and evaluate different countermeasures; and prioritize projects based on measures of economic effectiveness.
HSIP Project Evaluation, NHI-FHWA-380112
The Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Project Evaluation course provides a description of safety effectiveness evaluation, an overview of fundamentals needed to perform safety effectiveness evaluation, and information about why safety effectiveness evaluation is important to a Highway Safety Improvement Program. Examples of project evaluation methodologies that account for regression-to-the-mean are discussed and participants are given an opportunity to calculate simple observational before-after studies, observational before-after studies with Empirical Bayes adjustment, and observational before after studies using comparison groups.
SHSP Development, NHI-FHWA-380113
This course provides applications for States presently in the implementation stage or for those in the process of updating their SHSP. This course will also benefit regional and local agencies who are considering or in the process of developing their first regional safety plan, or updating their existing plan. The course is designed to appeal to experienced SHSP stakeholders and those that are new to the process.
SHSP Implementation, NHI-FHWA-390114
This training course provides strategies and examples of Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) implementation processes that will help safety partners manage their state’s SHSPs. The intended audience for the SHSP Implementation Course encompasses a wide range of safety stakeholders involved in SHSP management and implementation efforts at all levels (e.g., local, regional, state, and Federal) including: engineers (e.g., safety, traffic, design, operations, maintenance, and management); transportation planners; safety practitioners; law enforcement officers and managers; emergency responders; and nonprofit and private sector partners.