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Evaluations of Low Cost Safety Improvements Pooled Fund Study


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Discussion Questions

Header image - Picture shows series of three scenarios: a vehicle on a meandering road, safety personnel at work, and a car that is very badly damaged after it appears to have collided into a telephone pole.
Kim Eccles, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin (VHB), Inc

Strategies Under Evaluation

  • Do you have any installations of the strategies currently under evaluation that could be added to the study?
    • Offset lefts at signalized intersections
    • Dual application
    • Advance intersection signs

New or Planned Installations

  • Are there any recent installations of low cost strategies in your states?
  • Do you have any installations of low cost strategies planned?
  • Any other safety improvements undertaken or planned that may be of interest to this Technical Advisory Committee?

Strategies to Revisit

  • Are there any strategies in Phase I or II that you would like to see revisited?

Installation Data

  • Are there any improvements in the tracking of safety installations in your State?
  • Was the safety improvements database useful?

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