1 Northwest Region Division of Transportation Bureau of Indian Affairs Cinco D. Cronemeyer 911 NE 11 th Avenue Portland, OR (503)
2 Strategic Highway Safety Plan for Indian Lands (SHSP) Washington State s Strategic Highway Safety Plan Target Zero Oregon Transportation Safety Action Plan 2006 Amendment One State of Idaho Strategic Highway Safety Plan Towards Zero Deaths Montana Comprehensive Highway Safety Plan Utah Comprehensive Safety Plan Zero Fatalities Alaska Strategic Highway Safety Plan
3 Mission Implement effective transportation safety programs to save lives while respecting Native American culture and tradition by fostering communication, coordination, collaboration, and cooperation.
4 Vision All transportation users arrive safely at their destinations
5 Goal To prevent and reduce the number of people killed and injured in transportation related crashes.
6 Reference The development and implementation of a Strategic Highway Safety Plan for transportation facilities providing access to and within Indian lands funded under the Federal Lands Highway Program was required by the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century. A Final Rule was published as 23 CFR Part 973 effective March 29, 2004 titled Federal Lands Highway Program; Management Systems Pertaining to the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Reservation Roads Program.
7 Safety Partners The safety partners include tribal, federal, state, local and private entities representing enforcement, education, engineering, and emergency medical services The Strategic Highway Safety Plan was prepared by staff from: Federal Highway Administration: Office of Federal Lands Highway, Office of Safety, and Montana Division Bureau of Indian Affairs: DOT and Northwest Region Washington State: DOT and Traffic Safety Commission Lummi Nation Spokane Tribe of Indians Montana/Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council FARS Manager
8 Areas of Emphasis Decision Making Process Data Collection Run Off The Road Crashes Occupant Protection/Child Restraint Alcohol/Drug Impaired Driving Other Driver Behavior and Awareness Drivers Under The Age of 35 Pedestrian Safety
9 Decision Making Process (Background) A complete traffic records system for all IRR transportation facilities is necessary for planning, problem identification, operational management or control, and evaluation of a tribe s transportation safety activities. The management system will provide a strategic approach to project selection to maximize limited resources.
10 Decision Making Process (Background cont.) Understanding and making optimal use of information technology is a critical challenge facing transportation safety professionals. Crash, traffic, citations, medical, and judicial, records must be available so proper decisions can be made and effective safety policies and projects can be developed and implemented.
11 Decision Making Process (Goal) Develop a system that will support the decision-making process for safety policies and project selections.
12 Decision Making Process (Strategies) Increase coordination, communication, collaboration and cooperation among various public and private organizations that share responsibilities for highway and transportation safety. Establish roles and responsibilities of BIA in implementing the SHSP. Provide transportation safety training and technical assistance to tribal personnel. Expand the Tribes role, funding, and other resources to improve safety, and application of appropriate geometric, roadside, and traffic control devices.
13 Decision Making Process (Strategies cont.) Institutionalize safety conscious planning to include safety criteria in system planning and programming at the tribal, federal, state and local level. Make more effective use of the existing data and inventories. Insure data linkage and sharing among safety partners. Promote and conduct road safety audits. Conduct traffic records assessments and implement recommendations. Conduct regulatory review of safety policies related to transportation facilities development.
14 Data Collection (Background) Analyses of existing data sources strongly suggest underreporting of crashes, injuries and fatalities on Indian lands. Key to an effective, data driven decision-making process is the collection of timely and accurate data, analysis processes, accessibility, distribution and systems.
15 Data Collection (Goal) Develop data collection procedures that will encourage coordination with other entities and establish a data collection process and storage to be used in project decision-making.
16 Data Collection (Strategies) Provide information to elected tribal leaders on the importance of implementing countermeasures to ensure safety. Develop a simplified data reporting system. Complete a roadway inventory for each tribe including critical safety data. Encourage tribal law enforcement agencies to submit collision reports to the appropriate state agency.
17 Data Collection (Strategies cont.) Work in cooperation with safety partners to improve the timeliness and accuracy of data, with an initial focus on FARS. Develop an education campaign that will raise the importance of collecting accurate and timely crash data with law enforcement and tribal leadership. Examine and revise BIA crash data collection and submission policies. Explore the possibility of modifying BIA tribal contracts with law enforcement. Expand capability of locating crashes by the use of such tools as Geographical Information System (GIS).
18 Run off the Road Crashes (Background) Identify cost effective strategies that reduce unintentional lane departure as well as alert the driver should a departure occur. Assist the driver in returning to the travel lane safely and minimize the consequences of departure by creating clear zones along the roadside.
19 Run off the Road Crashes (Goal) Minimize single vehicle crashes by identifying cost effective strategies that reduce unintentional lane departure and alert the driver should a departure occur.
20 Run off the Road Crashes (Strategies) Provide information to elected tribal leaders on the importance of implementing countermeasures to ensure safety. Identify corridors, locations, and/or roadway/roadside features with a disproportionately large number of actual and/or potential for run-off-road and head-on crashes. Provide selective enforcement specific to identified problems or needs. Develop and provide transportation safety training for technicians, planners, and other professionals whose goal is to improve transportation safety. Develop processes and guidance for routine road safety audit field reviews.
21 Run off the Road Crashes (Strategies cont.) Implement effective safety maintenance procedures and practices. Develop standard operating procedures for the implementation of roadway safety system-wide improvements, such as: Centerline rumble strips and stripes Shoulder rumble strips and stripes All weather pavement markings Roadside barriers vs. longitudinal barriers Elimination of roadside hazards Traffic signs and delineators Shoulder enhancements
22 Occupant Protection (Background) Proper use of passenger restraints is the single most cost effective and immediate means of reducing death and injury. The effectiveness of safety belts and child restraints for reducing injury and preventing death is well documented and proven in protecting children in the event of a crash.
23 Occupant Protection (Goal) Increase the use of Occupant Protection to the National Standard.
24 Occupant Protection (Strategies) Provide information to elected tribal leaders on the importance of implementing countermeasures to ensure safety. Work together with Tribal Governments to develop public information and education campaigns for the proper use of seat belts and child restraints. Provide training and technical assistance on correct use of child passenger safety seats through law enforcement agencies, emergency medical services personnel, health care providers, and educators, pediatric nurses, foster care and human service social workers, child care providers, firefighter personnel, rural transportation supervisors and transportation safety advocacy representatives. Encourage primary seat belt and child restraint laws and enforcement.
25 Alcohol/Drug Impaired Driving (Background) Since 1982, an estimated 65 percent of the fatal crashes on Indian reservations were alcohol-related, as compared to 47 percent nationally. In 2002, approximately 57 percent of fatal crashes were alcoholrelated on Indian reservation, as compared to 41 percent nationally.
26 Alcohol/Drug Impaired Driving (Goal) Decrease alcohol related crashes to the National Standard.
27 Alcohol/Drug Impaired Driving (Strategies) Coordinate with existing tribal drug/alcohol intervention programs. Develop a strong public information and education campaign to increase driver awareness. Sponsor efforts to improve cooperation in drunk driver prosecution and adjudication such as increased use of DUI/drug courts in order to reduce recidivism. Support initiatives to reduce underage alcohol use and drunk driving. Support rehabilitation programs for offenders. Encourage.08 BAC laws.
28 Other Driver Behavior and Awareness (Background) Drivers see unsafe driving by others as a major personal threat to themselves and their families. Addressing inappropriate or hazardous driver behavior is a critical factor in reducing fatal and serious injury crashes. Strategies addressing these issues should holistically emphasize the 4E s.
29 Other Driver Behavior and Awareness (Goal) Develop and implement programs to curb hazardous driving behavior.
30 Other Driver Behavior and Awareness (Strategies) Develop and implement programs aimed at unsafe driving behavior and improving existing vehicle safety. Continue training for law enforcement officers, tribal prosecutors and judges so that unsafe driving is cited and adjudicated consistently. Assist tribes in developing a motor vehicle code as requested. Define and/or determine the scope and frequency of aggressive driving.
31 Other Driver Behavior and Awareness (Strategies cont.) Provide for the development of comprehensive traffic safety public information and education programs that are designed to motivate change in unsafe driving behaviors. Work with national partners, advertisers, and media to deliver consistent safety messages. Implement traffic calming techniques and educate road users. Develop and/or adopt existing process for setting realistic speed limits with zero tolerance enforcement. Develop public information and education campaigns with activities targeting behaviors that endanger the elderly. Employ selective targeting of demographic groups with tailored messages.
32 Drivers Under The Age of 35 (Background) Drivers under the age of 35 continue to be overrepresented in fatal and injury crashes. The five major contributing factors in fatal crashes in this age group are: speeding, traveling on the wrong side of road, failure to yield, reckless driving, and drinking.
33 Drivers Under The Age of 35 (Goal) Reduce fatalities of drivers under the age of 35 to national standard.
34 Drivers Under The Age of 35 (Strategies) Encourage the development and use of driver education programs for Native Americans. Provide high-risk driver education programs targeting drivers age with injury prevention, occupant protection, DUI, speed, and attention messages. Develop public information and education campaigns with activities targeting behaviors that endanger younger drivers. Promote the implementation of graduated licensing. Enforce laws prohibiting underage drinking, serving, and purchasing of alcohol.
35 Pedestrian Safety (Background) Pedestrian safety is a problem both nationally and on Indian Lands. To stay true to cultural or historical modes of transportation, pedestrian safety must be considered.
37 Pedestrian Safety (Strategies) Identify locations with a disproportionately large number of actual or potential for fatal and serious injury pedestrian crashes. Promote the use of retro-reflective materials. Identify and implement engineering countermeasures for pedestrian accommodations. Work with other agencies to improve overall pedestrian circulation. Develop education programs for both drivers and pedestrians of all ages. Emphasize School zone safety and enforcement.
38 Conclusion Incorporated in each of these emphasis areas is the need for education of elected officials, law enforcement, departments of transportation, and transportation safety advocacy representatives. To further the effectiveness of this approach, a comprehensive and coordinated, safety initiatives of engineering, enforcement, education, and emergency response will be developed and implemented for each areas of emphasis.
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