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SHSP Development in a MAP-21 World

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Transcript of SHSP Development in a MAP-21 World

SHSP Development in a MAP-21 World
Create Coalition
Collaborative Update Process
Partners Meeting
All 4 E's... and more
High-level Approval
Document the SHSP Process

Develop Roadmap
Data Driven Problem Identification
Performance-based Goals
Effective Strategies
Coordination with other Plans
Special Rules

Execute Strategies
Implementation Partners
Putting Target Zero To Work
Priority Area Leadership Teams
A Plan to "Live By"



Vision
Courage to Dream
Evaluation

In 2000, Washington formally adopted the Target Zero vision, becoming the first state to adopt a goal of:

Zero traffic deaths and serious injuries on roadways by the year 2030

The Target Zero Vision

180 participants
Shared updated trends and priorities
Asked for input on strategies
Increased awareness and buy-in

Participants
Tribes
Advocacy Groups
Driving Associations
City Police Departments
City Transit
Courts
Driving Organizations
Federal Agencies
Injury Prevention
Legislative Staff
Public Health
Regional Planning Councils
State Agencies
Target Zero Task Forces
Technology Companies
And many more...

Partners Meeting
Lynn Peterson
Department of
Transportation
Governor Jay Inslee
Commission Chair

Jon Snyder
Association of Washington
Cities

Sharon Dillon
Washington State
Association of Counties

Randy Dorn
Superintendent of
Public Instruction
Kevin Quigley
Department of Social and
Health Services

Judge James P. Swanger
Clark County District Court
Pat Kohler
Department of Licensing

John Wiesman
Department of Health
Chief John Batiste
Washington State Patrol

Washington Traffic Safety Commissioners
Document the Process
How priories are established
Data driven based on fatalities and serious injuries
How strategies are chosen
Proven, Recommended, or Unknown based on reliable sources
Partner involvement and coordination:
Project Management methodologies and partners meeting participation
Progress Measurement
Achievement of goal on Target Zero line
Next steps:
Evaluation and Next update
Data-driven Problem Identification

Priorities based on:
Number of fatalities and serious injuries
Divided into 3 priority levels
Performance-based Goals

Proven Strategy Sources:
NCHRP Report 500, Volume 1 through 23
Countermeasures that Work, NHTSA
Crash Modification Factors (CMF) Clearinghouse, FHWA
Recommended Best Practices: NHTSA, FHWA, RCW
Effective Strategies

Coordination with other
Plans and Documents

Special Rules
Older Drivers and Pedestrians
Measure older drivers and older pedestrians collectively, 65 years and over
If traffic fatalities and serious injuries per capita for drivers and pedestrians over the age of 65 in a State increases during the most recent 2-year period for which data are available, that State shall be required to include, in the subsequent Strategic Highway Safety Plan [(SHSP)] of the State, strategies to address the increases in those rates.

High Risk Rural Roads (HRRR)
Include states's definition for HRRR in SHSP
Based on own definition: "If the fatality rate on rural roads in a State increases over the most recent 2-year period for which data are available, that State shall be required to obligate in the next fiscal year for projects on high risk rural roads an amount equal to at least 200% of the amount of funds the State received for fiscal year 2009 for high risk rural roads."
Implementation Recommended for:
Implementation
Required for
State Agencies:

Indian Nations




Local Agencies




Metropolitan Planning Organizations



Private Industry & Non-profit Groups





Make grant funding decisions based on Target Zero Priorities

Pilot Target Zero Teams

Structure Program Manager responsibilities around top priority areas

Coordinate Target Zero Task Forces

Putting “Target Zero” to Work!

Reflect Target Zero Priorities and strategies in WSDOT Safety Program Plan (HSIP)

Adopt Target Zero priorities in determining funding for transportation safety projects

Use Target Zero proven strategies to address Run-off-the-Road and Intersection issues

"Target Zero" at work beyond DOT
Adopt TZ priorities 1 and 2 as top enforcement priorities

The Target Zero Teams: High Visibility DUI Enforcement in Pierce, King, Snohomish Counties

Coordinate with WTSC and WSDOT to target enforcement in areas and times where most fatal and serious injury crashes occur

Created their own Target Zero Plan
Plan to revise driving curriculum and test based on Target Zero

Target Zero can be found on-line at www.targetzero.com


Washington Traffic Safety Commission
(360) 725-9860

Darrin Grondel, Director
Debi Besser, SHSP Program Manager
More information

Priority Area Leadership Teams
Washington Impaired Driving Advisory Council (WIDAC)

Young Driver's Task Force

Motorcycle Advisory Group

Traffic Records Committee
Data Integration
eTrip Operations
A Plan to Live By
In a recent survey, 88 Partner organizations representing all four "E's" reported using more than 150 different strategies from Target Zero
Different access points:
39% looked at Target Zero on-line
33% looked at the Target Zero Plan document
Evaluation
Same Partners

Objectives
Process: Organizational structure, partners, collaboration, communication
Outputs: How the SHSP is being implemented
Outcomes: The impact on traffic safety with respect to fatality and serious injuries
Engineering
Washington State Dept. of Transportation
Seattle Dept. of Transportation
City of Everett
Kitsap County Public Works
Washington Association of County Engineers
And more....

Enforcement
Washington State Patrol
Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs
Administrative Office of the Courts
Seattle Police Department, DUI Unit
Thurston County Sheriff's Office
Yakima Police Department
Spokane County Prosecutor's Office
Washington Association of Prosecuting Attorneys
And many more...
Public Health
(EMS)
Department of Health
Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center
Seattle Children's Hospital
King County Public Health
Education
Washington Traffic Safety Commission
AAA Washington
The Blairs
22 Target Zero Community Traffic Safety Task Forces
Driver Training Group
Educational Service District #113
Safe Kids South King County
And many more...
Involving All 4 E's... and more
State Performance Management System
Washington's Statewide Transportation Plan
Commercial Vehicle Safety Plan
Highway Safety Plan
Implementation Partners
High-level Approval
Tribal
Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
Spokane Tribe of Indians
Northwest Association of Tribal Enforcement Officers
Tribal Transportation Planning Organization
Quinault Indian Nation
And many more...
Bicycle Alliance of Washington
State House and Senate Members and Staff
Puget Sound Regional Council
Spokane City Council
Washington Association of Counties
Affordable Ignition Interlock
IvS Analytics
Federal Highway Administration, Washington Division
And many more...
Other Major Stakeholders
Emphasis Area Team Charters
There are 5X as many miles of county roads as state routes
(7,060 miles vs. 39,748 miles)
YET
2011 fatalities:
State Highways
and Interstates
45%
County Roads
City Streets and Misc
30%
25%
MAP-21 states that the performance measures and goals in the SHSP should be consistent with the other coordinating plans, but do not have to be the same.
The SHSP goals and objectives, which typically span multiple years, are not the same as the annual "targets" that States will establish and report on in the HSIP and HSP; however, they should be consistent with and advance the HSIP and HSP performance measures and their associated "targets."
- FHWA Guidence
http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/map21/guidance/guideshsp.cfm
Data Analysts

Dept. of Licensing
Dept. of Health
Dept. of Transportation
State Patrol
WA Traffic Safety Commission

Project Team

All Data Analyst organizations,
plus:
County Law Enforcement
City Law Enforcement
Puget Sound Regional Council
Tribal TZ Manager


Steering Committee

All Project Team organizations, plus:
AAA Washington
Dept. of Behavioral Health Recovery (DSHS)
Governor’s Office/OFM
Harborview Injury Prevention
NW Assoc. Tribal Enforcement Officers
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tribal Transportation Planning Organization
Target Zero Managers Exec. Council
WA State Association County Engineers
WA Assoc. of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs

Collaborative Update Process
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