Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

SAFETY-LU CONSIDERTATION OF SAFETY IN TRANSPORTATION PROCESS Chimai Ngo Office of Federal Lands FHWA Chimai Ngo Office of Federal Lands FHWA.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "SAFETY-LU CONSIDERTATION OF SAFETY IN TRANSPORTATION PROCESS Chimai Ngo Office of Federal Lands FHWA Chimai Ngo Office of Federal Lands FHWA."— Presentation transcript:

1 SAFETY-LU CONSIDERTATION OF SAFETY IN TRANSPORTATION PROCESS Chimai Ngo Office of Federal Lands FHWA Chimai Ngo Office of Federal Lands FHWA

2 NEW SAFETY “CORE” PROGRAM Safety is to be addressed in the transportation process TEA-21 - safety is to be addressed comprehensively & explicitly in transportation planning process SAFETEA-LU – strengthens through Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Product – Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) Safety is to be addressed in the transportation process TEA-21 - safety is to be addressed comprehensively & explicitly in transportation planning process SAFETEA-LU – strengthens through Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Product – Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP)

3 PURPOSE To reduce traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads

4 EFFECTS ON FEDERAL LAND HIGHWAYS AND TRIBAL ROADS All public roads Making safety improvement through an SHSP – provides a State opportunities to coordinate and collaborate with FLMAs, local and Tribal agencies, and other stakeholders in the State All public roads Making safety improvement through an SHSP – provides a State opportunities to coordinate and collaborate with FLMAs, local and Tribal agencies, and other stakeholders in the State

5 HSIP SAFETEA-LU Section 1101(a)(6), USC Section 148 New “core” program Doubles TEA-21 safety apportionment - $5.1 Billion over 4 years (FY06 – 09) Set asides – Railway Highway Crossing ($220 M/yr) and High Risk Rural Roads ($90M/yr) A State may use up to 10% of HSIP funds to carry out other safety projects identified in the SHSP SAFETEA-LU Section 1101(a)(6), USC Section 148 New “core” program Doubles TEA-21 safety apportionment - $5.1 Billion over 4 years (FY06 – 09) Set asides – Railway Highway Crossing ($220 M/yr) and High Risk Rural Roads ($90M/yr) A State may use up to 10% of HSIP funds to carry out other safety projects identified in the SHSP

6 HSIP (cont.) - Funding 33-1/3% based on lane miles Federal- aid highways 33-1/3% based on vehicle miles traveled on lanes on Federal-aid highways 33-1/3% based on number of fatalities on Federal-aid system 33-1/3% based on lane miles Federal- aid highways 33-1/3% based on vehicle miles traveled on lanes on Federal-aid highways 33-1/3% based on number of fatalities on Federal-aid system

7 SHSP Intended to identify key safety needs Statewide-coordinated safety plan Data-driven 4 E’s Collaboration and consultation with State, local and Tribal, Federal (including FLMAs), and private sector Intended to identify key safety needs Statewide-coordinated safety plan Data-driven 4 E’s Collaboration and consultation with State, local and Tribal, Federal (including FLMAs), and private sector

8 SHSP (cont.) Approved by State Governor or responsible State agency Each State must have a plan by October 2007 Guidance on development of SHSP shspguidance.htm Approved by State Governor or responsible State agency Each State must have a plan by October 2007 Guidance on development of SHSP shspguidance.htm

9 SHSP AND TRANSPORTATION PLANNING RELATIONSHIPS Consider results of State, regional, and local transportation safety planning processes Projects from SHSP are fed into long-range plans and State Transportation Improvement Programs (STIPs) Consistent with the requirement of the Statewide planning process, 23 USC 135(g) Consider results of State, regional, and local transportation safety planning processes Projects from SHSP are fed into long-range plans and State Transportation Improvement Programs (STIPs) Consistent with the requirement of the Statewide planning process, 23 USC 135(g)


Download ppt "SAFETY-LU CONSIDERTATION OF SAFETY IN TRANSPORTATION PROCESS Chimai Ngo Office of Federal Lands FHWA Chimai Ngo Office of Federal Lands FHWA."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google