Tools and Practices for System Wide Safety Improvement - Gap Analysis Report
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Tools and Practices for System Wide Safety Improvement - Gap Analysis Report

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      This report identifies the gaps between the current safety planning environment as it relates to projects, current tools and activities, and the desired future state as defined by the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA’s) Safety Focused Decision Making Framework. It builds on prior work, tying together sub-elements (i.e., synthesis report and case studies) of the larger FHWA effort, and injects new ideas yielded from a Safety Planning Peer Exchange event attended by 13 subject matter experts representing a variety of perspectives and backgrounds. Finally, this report aims to assist federal, state, and MPO transportation planners achieve their established safety performance goals by recommending activities that could be used to expand knowledge of this topic and implementation of best practices across stakeholder groups. Sections include: Baseline of Current Safety Planning Environment; Safety Focused Decision Making Framework; Identification of Gaps; and Suggested Bridging Options.
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