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East Central Iowa Multi-Disciplinary Safety Team

In 2011, the East Central Iowa Council of Governments (ECICOG) completed the Comprehensive Regional Development Strategy, a joint planning document that serves as both the region’s Long-Range Transportation Plan and

Everyone Walks: Understanding and Addressing Pedestrian Safety

The 2015 Governors Highway Safety Association publication Everyone Walks: Understanding and Addressing Pedestrian Safety (PDF) provides a comprehensive look at an important transportation safety topic. While pedestrian fatalities have decreased

Integrating Safety in the Rural Transportation Planning Process

Rural areas experience more crash-related fatalities and serious injuries than urban areas. RPOs can assist state DOTs to address safety.

This Technical Report provides methods for integrating safety into each step of the RPO planning and programming process.

Rural Safe Routes to School Planning

In partnership with the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT), the Minnesota Association of Development Organizations (MADO) has been responsible for actively encouraging Minnesota school districts and local communities to participate

FHWA Roadway Safety Database

Two innovative programs in the Tampa metropolitan area are making it easier for local transportation agencies to access millions of federal dollars. These practices are just two of over 100 roadway safety practices available in the Roadway Safety Noteworthy Practices Database, an online resource from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Safety.

Safety: Wisconsin Crash Calendar

This article first appeared in the Governors Highway Safety Association State Safety Showcase. The 2011 Wisconsin Crash Calendar gives the Wisconsin Bureau of Transportation Safety (BOTS) a new way to

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