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Transportation Safety Needs in Tribal Communities

Native American communities have seen historic underinvestment into transportation infrastructure needs. Unsafe or unreliable roads have consequences on health, economic growth, and safety, making their maintenance a priority. Efforts to

New Research: Ridesourcing in Rural North Dakota

The Mountain-Plains Consortium has announced the availability of new research regarding the potential for ridesourcing or ridehailing (such as services like Uber and Lyft) for addressing mobility needs in North

Tribal Crash Reporting Toolkit

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration developed a Tribal Crash Reporting Toolkit. The toolkit helps Tribal governments collect, manage, and analyze crash data. In addition, it contains information for officers about

FRA Releases Final Rail Grade Crossing Rule

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Rail Administration (FRA) has announced a new final rule to meet a Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act requirement.  The rule requires 40 states

NADO Participates in Rural Safety Summit

The National Center for Rural Road Safety held the 3rd National Summit on Rural Road Safety on September 29 – October 1. NADO’s information and resources were highlighted in two

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