U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590

Roadway Safety Professional Capacity Building Program
Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Technical Assistance
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The Office of Safety offers free technical assistance on policy, program, and technical issues to State and local roadway agencies through the Roadway Safety Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Program. The P2P Program is designed to help agencies develop and implement effective strategies and programs that reduce roadway fatalities and serious injuries on public roads. Topics on which agencies may seek P2P technical assistance include:

   Within the above mentioned topics, the program may address issues related to Federal-aid safety, including:
P2P Program Reports

Technical assistance delivered through workshops and peer exchanges generally results in an event report. Reports provide roadway safety practitioners with easy-to-access technical assistance on safety challenges encountered by many of their fellow agencies.

Topic: Design

Topic: Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)

"The event generated many good ideas to improve our local HSIP guidance document to better serve the metropolitan planning organizations and rural highway agencies. I think in the long run, the quantity and quality of applications for funding will improve because of this workshop."
Mike Holowaty, INDOT Office of Traffic Safety

Topic: Local and Rural Roads

"Through the P2P Program, we were able to access years of Roadway Safety Audit (RSA) knowledge for our first RSA. This resource not only helped make our first RSA a success, but also provided a solid basis for the development of our statewide RSA program."
Elias Archuleta, P.E.

Topic: Roadway Safety Audits (RSA)

Topic: Safety Data and Tools