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Region 4 Transportation Safety Overview. This program works with communities, law enforcement and internal ODOT partners regarding all aspects of transportation safety utilizing the four “E” approach of Education, Enforcement,

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Region 4 Transportation Safety Overview

This program works with communities, law enforcement and internal ODOT partners regarding all aspects of transportation safety utilizing the four “E” approach of Education, Enforcement,

Engineering and EMS. The main goal is to reduce road fatalities in Region 4.

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In 2012, 23 of the 40 Region 4 traffic crash fatalities occurred in Crook (1 fatal), Deschutes (18 fatalities) and Jefferson (4 fatalities) counties.
  • Of those 23, 11 were alcohol involved fatalities with Crook having zero, Deschutes had 9 and Jefferson had 3.
  • And 8 of those 23 were speed involved. 1 fatality in Crook County, 5 in Deschutes and 2 in Jefferson.
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Goals - 2020

• Decrease fatalities in Region 4 from the 2008-2012 average of 46 to 36 by 2020.

• Decrease serious injuries (injury A) in Region 4 from the 2008-2012 average of 152 to 119 by 2020.

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Performance Measures - 2015

• Decrease speed related fatalities and serious injuries (injury A) in Region 4 from the 2008-2012 average of 78 to 71 by December 31, 2015.

• Decrease alcohol related fatalities and serious injuries (injury A) in Region 4 from the 2008-2012 average of 41 to 38 by December 31, 2015.

strategies

Strategies

•Speed and alcohol grants (federal funding) are offered to local law enforcement agencies which may include overtime enforcement and/or speed radar equipment. Child passenger safety grants are offered to local fire departments for the purpose of putting on child passenger safety check ups and to purchase of car seats for no/low income families.

•A grant was issued to Oregon State Police for overtime enforcement during spring/summer of 2014 for the purpose of supporting roadway departure crashes with speed, seatbelt and alcohol being the primary cause. The focus will be Hwy #4 (US 97) MP 127.84 to MP 132.95; Hwy #4 (US 97) MP 143.18 to MP 158.52; Hwy #15 (OR 126) MP 90.3 to MP 110.3; Hwy #16 (Santiam) MP 92.05 to MP 97.16 and Hwy #17 (US 20) MP 0 to MP 14.77.

region 4 partners
Region 4 Partners
  • Community Action Teams - Lower John Day ACT, South Central Oregon ACT, Central Oregon ACT
  • Local Law Enforcement Agencies – Police Departments, Sheriff Offices and Oregon State Police
  • Community Organizations – Schools, Safe Kid Groups, Safe Routes to School Groups, Transportation Safety Committees, Hospitals, Fire Departments, Public Health Departments, etc.
  • ODOT groups – districts, maintenance crews, traffic crews, TSD, etc.