Using Peer Exchanges to Improve the Effectiveness of Strategic Highway Safety Plans

Title: Using Peer Exchanges to Improve the Effectiveness of Strategic Highway Safety Plans
Author: Chandler, Brian
Publication Date: 2014
Dewey Decimal Number: 363.125
Call Record: DIGITAL      363.125  Chandler  2014

Title:

Using Peer Exchanges to Improve the Effectiveness of Strategic Highway Safety Plans

Accession Number:

01519426

Record Type:

Monograph

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Abstract:

This report contains practical guidance for state departments of transportations (DOTs) on how to plan and conduct state-level peer exchanges as a means for identifying strategies, tactics, and practices to improve implementation, evaluation, and updating of their Strategic Highway Safety Plans (SHSPs). It includes a flexible and easily adaptable template that agencies can use to plan and conduct in-person and virtual peer exchanges, as well as reference and supportive material that would be useful to peer exchange organizers and participants. DOT safety program managers and staff should find this practical and cost-effective guidance helpful in organizing and conducting successful peer exchanges.

Report/Paper Numbers:

Project 17-52

Language:

English

Authors:

Chandler, Brian
Betkey, Vernon
Atkinson, Jennifer
Welch, Tom
Neuman, Tim
Kolody, Kim
Storm, Richard
Retting, Richard
Cleary, Greta

Pagination:

137p

Publication Date:

2014

Serial:

NCHRP Report

Issue Number: 764
Publisher: Transportation Research Board
ISSN: 0077-5614

ISBN:

9780309283830

Media Type:

Print

Features:

Appendices; Glossary; Tables

Identifier Terms:

Subject Areas:

Highways; Planning and Forecasting; Safety and Human Factors; I72: Traffic and Transport Planning; I80: Accident Studies
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