U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
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Roadway Safety Professional Capacity Building Program

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What Makes a Practice Noteworthy?

It has the capacity to:
  • Save money and other resources
  • Reduce staff time
  • Reduce roadway fatalities and serious injuries
State and local highway agencies are implementing data-driven practices to successfully address roadway safety planning, implementation, and evaluation challenges. These practices have the capacity to reduce staff time, save money and other resources – with the goal of reducing roadway fatalities and serious injuries.

The FHWA Office of Safety is collecting and making these practices available in the Roadway Safety Noteworthy Practices Database. For more information, contact Melonie Barrington at 202-366-8029.
Featured Practice
Michigan DOT Reduces Crashes by
47 Percent by Implementing a Centerline Rumble Strip Initiative.
Noteworthy Practices Webinars

Upcoming Webinars
FDOT District 7 Uses Design-Build Push Button Contract to Reduce Safety Improvement Implementation Time, February 25, 2016, 2:00 – 3:30 PM ET. Register

Webinars Replays
Kansas Department of Transportation Administers Federal Funding Exchange to Fund Local Transportation Projects
Presented 10/29/2015

Michigan's Roadway Safety Partnerships: State, Local, and Academic Partners Collaborate to Advance Michigan's Roadway Safety Culture through the Use of a Data-Driven Approach
Presented March 12, 2015

Seminole County, Florida Mock DUI
Presented October 23, 2014

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