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Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) – Other Resources
- Highway Safety Peer-to-Peer Programs
The Program provides a range of technical assistance services to help agencies effectively manage and deploy HSIP, SHSP, HRRR, and Highway Rail Crossings to reduce traffic fatalities and serious injuries.
- NEW Web-based HSIP Courses
Five new web-based courses related to the HSIP are available from the National Highway Institute, including HSIP Overview, SHSP Development, SHSP Implementation, HSIP Project Identification and HSIP Project Evaluation. Participants can enjoy these courses at the comfort of their own desk and, for the completely web-based components, at their own pace. Each course can be hosted by an individual state who might invite district personnel, or representatives from regional or local agencies to participate. In addition, NHI will periodically host each course allowing participants from multiple states to learn from one another. Download the flyer below or select the link above to learn more.
- HSIP Web-based Training Flyer [HTML, PDF 87 KB]
- Application of Crash Reduction Factors (CRF), FHWA-NHI-380093
This course focuses on the application of Crash Reduction Factors to select countermeasures. The course covers the project development cycle (starting from network screening and site selection for safety review), diagnostics of safety concerns, cost-benefit evaluation, and countermeasure selection.
- Science of Crash Reduction Factors, FHWA-NHI-380094
This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills needed to critically assess the quality of CRFs. The course covers concepts underlying the measurement of safety and the development of CRFs/AMFs, key statistical issues that affect the development of quality CRFs, key methodological issues that affect the development of quality CRFs, and the general and methodological issues and statistical thresholds used to recognize quality CRFs.
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