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Recording: What to Fix Next: Getting to the Goal of Vision Zero

What is the best process, and what are the best techniques to identify where safety improvement funds should be allocated? Are spot improvements more effective than corridor wide improvements? How should we screen high crash locations or corridors to determine the optimal improvements? Prioritizing safety improvements is an ongoing challenge for Departments of Transportation and jurisdictions of all sizes. This session examines different applications and resources to make informed decisions.

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the influence and impact of the organization processes, policy, and program on transportation safety.
  • Describe examples of safety resources and application examples.
  • Identify different practices to improve transportation safety.
Greg Cohen, Executive Director, Roadway Safety Foundation, Washington, DC

  • Challenges and Solutions in Prioritizing Safety Improvements
    David Metcalf, Vice President Virginia, PRIME AE Group, Fairfax, VA
    Ken Schuenemeyer, Traffic Engineer, ATCS, Herndon, VA
  • Rural Transition Zones to Town Centers
    Neal Hawkins, Associate Director, Institute for Transportation, Iowa State University, Ames, IA
  • Zero Fatalities: Applying the Roadway Safety Analysis Methodology in Utah
    Grant Schultz, Professor, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
  • The Three “E”s of Safety–Are the Three “E”s Equal?
    Peter Yauch, Program Manager–TSM&O, Albeck Gerken, Inc., Tampa, FL

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