Moving people safely means they are free from harm in any mode along their trip.
Latest safety news…
With assistance from Fehr & Peers, the City of Willits recently approved the Main Street Corridor Enhancement Plan to promote a more lively, pedestrian-oriented downtown commercial core. The plan identifies improvements for Caltrans’ upcoming relinquishment of Main Street to the City upon completion of the US-101 Willits Bypass project. Fehr & Peers helped design streetscape improvements to enhancing traffic calming and circulation, pedestrian and bicycle safety, emergency vehicle access, and safe routes to schools.
We conducted a technical analysis of the city’s roadway collisions and the primary factors that contribute to them, providing local decision-makers with crucial information to help them prioritize areas of the City with the most need for safety improvements.
Fehr & Peers is working with the Fresno Council of Governments to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the existing conditions of goods movement in the San Joaquin Valley through I-5 and SR 99. The purpose of the study is to provide prioritized strategies to improve safety and traffic congestion conditions in these corridors.
FHWA Safety Performance Measures
Final Rule & Implementation Resources
The Final Rule under 23 CFR 490, and new resources to help States implement these safety performance measures. See also related Active Transportation Performance Measures for planning and designing for pedestrians and bicyclists.
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