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Figure 3. The Safety Strategic Plan in the Overall Strategic Planning Process

This diagram shows that the USDOT Strategic Plan feeds into the USDOT Roadway Safety Plan and the FHWA Strategic Plan, which provide feedback to the USDOT Strategic Plan process. The USDOT Roadway Safety Plan and the FHWA Strategic Plan also feed input into the Safety Strategic Plan, which provides feedback up the chain back to those two plans.

Similarly, the FHWA Strategic Plan and the Safety Strategic Plan also inform the FHWA Strategic Implementation Plans, which provide feedback to the Safety Strategic Plan. The FHWA Strategic Implementation Plans provide input into the Division Office Plans as well as the Safety Roadmaps for the three safety units and Safety Unit Plans. The Safety Roadmaps provide feedback into the Safety Strategic Plan. The Safety Unit Plans provide input into Individual Performance Plans.

Notably, the plans that are external to the three safety units are the Division Office Unit Plans, the FHWA Strategic Implementation Plans, the FHWA Strategic Plan, the USDOT Roadway Safety Plan, and the USDOT Strategic Plan.

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Page last modified on January 7, 2015.
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