Upcoming Webinars

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Title: Taking Action to Reduce Rural Roadway Departures Systemically
Target Audience: Decision makers from rural agencies and tribes
Purpose: Learn why it is important for you to take action in reducing roadway departures and what you can do.

Registration: Participants must register in advance at https://collaboration.fhwa.dot.gov/dot/fhwa/WC/Lists/Seminars/DispForm.aspx?ID=2028 Space is limited. Please register as soon as possible.

 1-2:30 pm eastern 
 No additional webinars are scheduled at this time.  Subscribe to the mailing list for notification when new webinars are scheduled.

Recordings of Past Webinars

 04/26/2019 National Safety Council - Along the Road to Zero
The National Safety Council provides educational services to improve transportation safety. These services include the Alive at 25 program and defensive driver instructor development courses. More information about the National safety council can be found by joining the webinar.   
 04/04/2019  Tribal Transportation Program Safety Fund (TTPSF) Notice of Funding Opportunity(NOFO) Overview Webinar
On Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 1:00 pm eastern, the Federal Highway Administration will conduct an outreach webinar about the 2019 TTPSF NOFO. This fund provides grants to develop transportation safety plans, enhance safety data, and improve the safety of infrastructure. The deadline for applications is May 20, 2019.
 11/14/2018  Ice Road Management
Presenter: Karl Gleason, FHWA Office of Tribal Transportation
Ice roads play a critical role in sustaining many Tribal communities. FHWA has developed technical resources to assist Tribes in managing these facilities. During the webinar, Karl Gleason of the FHWA Office of Tribal Transportation provided an overview of these ice roads materials and discussion with Ice Road Managers from Tribal governments in Alaska.
FHWA publishes ice road information in the Office of Tribal Transportation Program Delivery Guide.
 9/5/2018  Safety Data Analysis Webinar Series - Part 4 of 4 

Systemic Safety Method

Presenter: Hillary Isebrands, Team Leader, FHWA Resource Center – Safety & Design Team

The systemic safety method can be used to address high risk road features across a road network rather than focusing on specific locations.  The method will be described and attendees will learn how this method can produce logical funding requests that address locations both with and without a crash history.  This session will build on session 1: contributing factors analysis.

 8/1/2018   Safety Data Analysis Webinar Series 

Site Specific Analysis (Part 3 of 4)

Presenter: Bruce Drewes, Tribal Technical Assistance Center

After identifying locations of safety concern, additional site study may be needed.  This session will provide an overview of two useful analysis techniques, collision diagrams and road safety audits.

 7/19/2018 Safety Data Analysis Webinar Series

Road Network Screening (Part 2 of 4)

Presenter: Tori Brinkly, Safety Engineer, FHWA Resource Center – Safety & Design Team

Many road networks contain locations that exhibit more poor safety performance than other locations.  This webinar will introduce some of the techniques available to screen a road network for higher risk locations.  This presentation will include an overview of methodologies presented in the Highway Safety Manual.

 6/26/2018  Vision Zero
Presented by Leah Shahum, Vision Zero Network and Chimai Ngo, Federal Highway Administration
The webinar gives an overview of the zero deaths approach, major national initiatives, and FHWA's commitment to eliminating deaths and serious injuries on all roadways. It also focuses on local Vision Zero efforts; therefore introduces the work of the Vision Zero Network - a nonprofit organization promoting the goal of Vision Zero - zero traffic deaths and severe injuries among all road users. Vision Zero can help bring focus and strategy to a transportation safety plan.
  6/20/2018  Safety Data Analysis Webinar Series

Contributing Factors Analysis (Part 1 of 4)

Presenter: Adam Larsen, Safety Engineer, FHWA Office of Tribal Transportation

An overview of the web series will describe how the methods presented in each of the following sessions can be useful.In addition, this session will demonstrate how to conduct a contributing factors analysis and develop a data analysis tool known as a crash tree.


TTAP Safety Training Overview

Learn about the transportation safety training available from the Tribal Technical Assistance Program.  Both behavioral safety and infrastructure safety courses are likely coming soon to a location near you.  In this web presentation Andy Byra of the FHWA Center for Local Aid Support will provide an overview of the available courses, information about the instructors, and instructions on how you can sign up for training.  More information can be found on www.TTAP-center.org.



 1/23/2018  Proven Safety Countermeasures

Jeff Shaw of the Federal Highway Administration Office of Safety will present information about FHWA's proven safety countermeasures as updated in September 2017.  In addition to the recording, more information about the proven safety countermeasures can be found at https://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/provencountermeasures/ 

Tools for Tribes to Improve Crash Data

Tom Bragan (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, National Center for Statistics Analysis), Bob Pollack (Federal Highway, Roadway Safety Data Team), and Adam Larsen (Federal Highway, Office of Tribal Transportation) will discuss tools and resources available to Tribes for improving the collection and sharing of crash data and other safety data.


10/17/2017 TTP Safety Fund Webinar RECORDING
Review of the FY17-FY18 TTPSF Notice of Funding Opportunity.