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  1. 2011 Strategic Highway Safety Plan Peer Exchange June 2011 Mary D. Gunnels, PhD, MS Associate Administrator, Regional Operations and Program Delivery National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Washington, DC USA

  2. NHTSA Regions

  3. NHTSA Regional Offices Region (Location)Regional Administrator/Deputy RA Region 1 (Cambridge, MA) Phil Weiser/Jim Ryan Region 2 (White Plains, NY) Tom Louizou/Richard Simon Region 3 (Baltimore, MD) Beth Baker/Valerie Gompf Region 4 (Atlanta, GA) Terry Schiavone/Carmen Hayes Region 5 (Olympia Fields, IL) Mike Witter/John Balser Region 6 (Fort Worth, TX) Georgia Chakiris/Gary Taylor Region 7 (Kansas City, MO) Romell Cooks/Jim Green Region 8 (Lakewood, CO) Bill Watada/Gina Espinosa-Salcedo Region 9 (San Francisco, CA) David Manning/Bill Kootsikas Region 10 (Seattle, WA) John Moffat/Kirk Gillett

  4. Achieving Safety Goals in the USA A common vision Countermeasures that work NHTSA, FHWA, FMCSA AASHTO/NCHRP Good data Implemented locally - SHSPs Relentless commitment

  5. The disciplined process Policy Programs Communications

  6. Joint State-Federal Efforts Can Accomplish … Successful Implementation of Consensus Performance Measures Continued Cooperation on Management Review and Special Management Review Efforts Continued Emphasis on Data-driven Solutions Moving More Training into Regions because of State Travel Restrictions Major Reductions in Fatalities

  7. Partners Accomplish More:Consensus Performance Measures Activity Measures Belt citations Speeding citations DWI arrests Developmental Measures Injuries Attitudes/Awareness Speed monitoring Enforcement Activity Core Measures Overall fatalities Serious injuries Fatalities/VMT Unrestrained fatalities .08+ fatalities Speeding fatalities Motorcycle fatalities Unhelmeted fatalities <21 year drivers in fatals Pedestrian fatalities Observed Belt Use

  8. Surface Transportation Technical Assistance: What Do We Know? Proposals being drafted by several Congressional Committees No formal legislative proposal at this time

  9. Questions? Contact: Maggi Gunnels 202-366-0166 Maggi.Gunnels@dot.gov