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Today's sessions are sponsored by Crashes happen. According to the Federal Highway Administration, nearly 45% of injury crashes occur at intersections and nearly every agency struggles to stay abreast of ever evolving safety risks. Amidst these challenges, proactive safety tools have emerged which promise to change how agencies across America and the world respond to crashes at intersections by providing a proactive and data driven method to reduce crashes while avoiding the delays and inaccuracies inherent in crash data.
This workshop covered:
- Know what safety analytics are and how they can be used at intersections
- Learn how to identify safety risks using video safety analytics, refine countermeasures to address the root issue, and quantifiably measure before/after risk
- Understand how to combine near miss and road user behavior analytics with traditional crash metrics for proactive safety planning
- Andrew Janzen (Chief Executive Officer, Street Simplified) - Using video safety analytics to save lives
- Brian Chandler (National Director for Transportation Safety, DKS Associates) - Combining crash data and safety analytics for predictive safety decision making
- Shaun Quayle (Senior Transportation Engineer, Washington County, OR) - An agency perspective on proactive, automated safety tools and outcome treatments
- Steve Lavrenz (Professor, Wayne State University) - Forging the link between near misses and other surrogate safety measures