1996 Federal Highway Administrator's Safety Awards
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1996 Federal Highway Administrator's Safety Awards

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    The Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Office of Highway Safety initiated a Highway Safety Awards competition to recognize outstanding safety achievements by Federal, State, and local highway agencies. Winners are selected from projects carried out under the Federal-aid highway program and the FHWA Section 402 Highway Safety Program. In this sixth competition, 45 entries were received from 20 States and one Region. A panel of national highway safety experts selected the 1996 award winners. Selection criteria included: - Innovation - Effectiveness - Efficient use of resources. Six safety programs were selected to receive awards in 1996. All of the entries receiving recognition are excellent examples of safety efforts that may have application in other jurisdictions. This booklet contains a brief description of each winning entry along with the name of the person to contact for more specific information
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