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Review and analysis of community traffic safety programs. Volume 2, Appendices
  • Published Date:
    1994-01-01
  • Language:
    English
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Review and analysis of community traffic safety programs. Volume 2, Appendices
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  • Publication/ Report Number:
    DOT-HS-808-117 ; NTIS-PB94187911 ;
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  • TRIS Online Accession Number:
    674079
  • Edition:
    Final report
  • NTL Classification:
    NTL-SAFETY AND SECURITY-SAFETY AND SECURITY ; NTL-SAFETY AND SECURITY-Human FactorsNTL-SAFETY AND SECURITY-Highway Safety ; NTL-PLANNING AND POLICY-Public Participation and Outreach ;
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    Scanned by Ecompex on April 13 2007

    A Community Traffic Safety Program (CTSP) is an established unit in the community, sustained over time, that has public and private input and participation to an action plan to solve one or more of the community's traffic safety problems. Currently, there are at least 334 such programs in the contiguous U.S. serving approximately 100,000,000 people. Data, collected from NHTSA Headquarters specialists, NHTSA Regions, State Offices of Highway Safety, and 251 of the identified CTSP programs, indicated that CTSPs can be effective organizations for bringing together federal, State,, and local resources for the implementation of safety initiatives. The best CTSPs are locally owned and managed extensions of the State Office of Highway Safety, serving populations of fifty to five hundred thousand, with a task force that represents many segments of the community and an experienced coordinator who can both manage and sell the program. CTSPs require extensive long-term State involvement and may not be appropriate for all communities. When successfully implemented, they can generate local countermeasure activity that far exceeds what would be expected from federal and State resources alone. /Abstract from report summary page/

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