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Systemic Approach to Safety: Highlights from 5 Peer Exchanges
December 14, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
You are invited to a free FHWA EDC-5 webinar on December 14, 2021 from 1:00-3:00 pm ET/10:00am-12:00 pm PT. Please see below for additional information and forward this announcement to anyone else who may be interested.
Rural roadway departures make up a third of U.S. traffic fatalities—about 30 people a day. The Every Day Counts initiative, Focus on Reducing Rural Roadway Departures (FoRRRwD), features four pillars:
• Addressing All Public Roads
• Systemic Approach
• Safety Action Plans
• Proven Countermeasures
December 14, 2021 Webinar
The FoRRRwD Team hosted five virtual peer exchanges this summer. Participants from a wide variety of agencies across the country discussed current practices with the Systemic Approach and how to improve the process. We wish you could have all been part of that, but this webinar is the next best thing – it will provide presentations and highlights from each of the discussion topic areas:
• What is Systemic? Why Systemic?
• Data Needs & Risk Factors
• Analysis & Prioritization of Systemic Projects
• Evaluating the Program & Institutionalizing
State, local, and tribal stakeholders – come and learn how you can better use the Systemic Approach to save more lives in your community or jurisdiction.
Speakers and Topics include:
• Karen Scurry, FHWA Office of Safety – Karen will briefly present why the systemic approach is so critical a component of driving down crashes – especially rural roadway departures. She will also discuss how it is different from, yet complements, other approaches.
• Nicole Moore, Iowa DOT and Molly O’Brien, Kimley Horn – Nicole will provide background on Local Road Safety Plans and Molly will present the data and risk factors used in the systemic analysis for the county plans in Iowa.
• Scott Neidert, DelDOT – Scott will cover the evolution of analyzing and prioritizing projects with the systemic approach in Delaware.
• Mike Vaughn, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet – Mike will discuss how Kentucky has institutionalized the concept of the systemic approach.
This webinar is free and open to anyone who is interested, but register quickly as there is a limited number of registration spots.
Space is limited to the first 500 registrants. If you try to register and are notified that registration is full, please contact email@example.com to be put on the wait list. You will either be moved to the registration list when a spot opens up or you will receive instructions prior to the webinar to participate via an “overflow” webinar room.
Access: The Federal Highway Administration is committed to providing equal access to this webinar for all participants. Closed captioning will be provided. If you need alternative formats or services because of a disability, please contact Jennifer Symoun at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request by close of business December 13, 2021.
Credit: Participation certificates that may be used for 2 professional development hour (PDH) credits (if accepted by your licensing agency) will be available to those who attend the live webinar.