September 2017

Participate in the Local and Tribal Safety Self-Assessment Survey

For the past two years, the National Center for Rural Road Safety has been working on a study, Assessing the Operational and Cultural Environment of the Transportation Workforce, which has focused primarily on state DOTs.

Now the Center is launching a new study that will specifically focus on Local and Tribal transportation agencies.

The goal is to identify strategies to increase access and use of training resources by local and Tribal agencies to improve safety decision making. This study will use an online self-assessment tool to collect data about agency culture.

Access the new Self-Assessment Tool.

This is estimated to take 15 minutes. All responses are confidential and are not identified with any individual by name or with any agency or Tribe.

Please help engage all relevant staff responsible for roadway safety at any Local or Tribal agencies. Forward this link to individuals and mailing lists relevant to local and Tribal transportation agencies asking them to participate in the study and to forward on to others. 

The more people from agencies that complete the self-assessment tool, the more valid the results will be. The results of this new study will be compared to the results for state DOT agencies.

Specific factors will be highlighted that are important to the unique cultural and operational environments of local and Tribal agencies.


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