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RSA Peer-to-Peer Assistance


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A road safety audit (RSA) proactively examines the safety performance of an existing or future road or intersection. RSAs are conducted by an independent multidisciplinary team and can be used during any phase of project development as well as on any size project. Technical or procedural questions often arise before and during a RSA. In order to provide assistance to agencies either considering the use of or actually conducting RSAs, FHWA’s Office of Safety has established the Roadway Safety Peer-to-Peer Program (P2P). Through the Roadway Safety Peer-to-Peer Program (P2P), Road Safety Audit P2P assistance is provided at no cost to State and local transportation agencies and it's easy to access the support of a knowledgeable peer.


Peer-to-Peer Technical Assistance Request

Please request peer assistance by submitting the online P2P Application or by calling a P2P Coordinator will contact you to discuss your case. To contact a coordinator directly, please call the FHWA Office of Safety Peer-to-Peer Help Line at (866) P2P-FHWA (727-3492) or send an email to SafetyP2P@dot.gov.

Page last modified on February 27, 2015.
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