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Publication Number: FHWA-TS-81-218
Date: December 1981
Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)
A user's manual titled "Highway Safety Improvement Program" is being distributed as a Technology Sharing Report by this memorandum. This manual is currently being used in a National Highway Institute training course by the same name.
The manual provides guidance to State and local agencies for developing and implementing a highway safety improvement program which best suits their capabilities and needs. The manual should be beneficial to Federal, State, and local highway engineers and other professionals involved in a highway safety improvement program.
The manual describes how to:
The manual is being distributed in accordance with the Standard Implementation Procedures as amended. A limited number of copies are available from Mr. R. M. Umbs (HDV-21, FTS 426-9211) of the Implementation Division. Copies may also be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. (Stock No. 050-001-00241-8; Price: $7.50.)
This manual is part one of a three part series. The other two publications titled "Highway Safety Evaluation" and "Highway Safety Engineering Studies" will be distributed by separate memoranda. A brochure announcing these publications is being distributed with the "Highway Safety Evaluation" guide.
Information about the training course may be obtained from the National Highway Institute (HHI-2, FTS 426-9141).
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