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Highway Safety Improvement Program Reporting Requirements Web Conference

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FHWA Office of Safety
June 20, 2006

Slide 1

Meeting Agenda

Two ways to participate in the discussion:

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Slide 2

Presenters

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Slide 3

General Information

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Slide 4

Report Submittal

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Slide 5

Protection from Discovery and Admission into Evidence

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Slide 6

HSIP Report

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Slide 7

HSIP Report

Report Contents [Section 148(g)]

  1. Description of progress being made to implement HSIP projects
  2. Assessment of the effectiveness of the projects
  3. Description of the extent to which the HSIP improvements contribute to:
    1. (a) Reducing fatalities
    2. (b) Reducing injuries
    3. (c) Reducing crashes
    4. (d) Mitigating the consequences of crashes
    5. (e) Reducing rail-highway crossing crashes

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Slide 8

HSIP Report

The report should also contain:

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Slide 9

Progress in Implementing HSIP Projects

Description of:

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Slide 10

Assessment of the Effectiveness of the Improvements

Demonstration of program effectiveness- general information and trends

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Slide 11

Project Evaluation-How improvements contributed to specific goals

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Slide 12

Project Evaluation

Information being requested

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Slide 13

Reporting on High Risk Rural Roads Program

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Slide 14

HRRR Program Implementation

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Slide 15

HRRR Selection Process

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Slide 16

HRRR Selection Process

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Slide 17

HRRR Selection Process

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Slide 18

Assessment of HRRRP Project Effectiveness

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Slide 19

Rail-Highway Crossings Report

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Slide 20

Section 130 Projects

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Slide 21

Rail-Highway Crossings Report - Report Contents

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Rail-Highway Crossings Report - Report Contents

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Slide 23

Railway-Highway Crossings Project Metrics
23 USC 130
STATE

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Notes:

  1. See FHWA Functional Classification Guidelines at https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/planning/processes/statewide/related/functional_classification/fc02.cfm
  2. Show whether the project achieved its purpose using benefit-cost or other methodology developed by the State. These analyses may include all crashes, or targeted crash types, depending on the nature of the improvement that was implemented.

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Slide 24

Rail-Highway Crossings Report

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Slide 25

"5% Report"

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Slide 26

"5% Report"

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"5% Report"

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"5% Report"

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"5% Report"

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"5% Report"

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"5% Report"

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"5% Report"

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"5% Report"

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"5% Report"

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Slide 35

Thank You!

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