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Systemic Safety Project Selection Tool

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Graphic - This image displays the continuous cycle among three elements, each of which contain specific processes. Element 1 begins with Identity Focus Crash Types & Risk Factors, which feeds into Screen & Prioritize Candidate Locations, followed by Select Countermeasures, and Prioritize Projects. The last process of Element 1 feeds into the one process within Element 2, Identify Funding for Systemic Program & Implement, which feeds into the sole process for Element 3, Perform Systemic Program Evaluation, which in turn feeds back into the first process of Element 1.

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Davis, Scott. 2013. FHWA Systemic Safety Tool Thurston County Pilot Study. Presentation by Scott Davis, PE, Thurston County Department of Public Works. Presentation at Transportation Research Board 92nd Annual Meeting, Washington DC. January 13.

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