- Caltrans Local Assistance Procedures Manual
- Caltrans Local Assistance Program Guidelines
- Caltrans Highway Design Manual
- California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
- California's Strategic Highway Safety Plan
- District Local Assistance Contacts
Safety Program Delivery Status Reports
In an effort to increase the visibility of the federal safety programs and improve the delivery of local agency safety projects, the Office of Bridge and Safety (OBSP) has developed safety program delivery requirements and program/project summary reports for each safety program. See the table, below, for the summary reports. For additional information, read the Safety Program Delivery Requirements [pdf] (Updated 11/06/2013). OBSP established similar, but unique delivery requirements for Federal Safe Routes to School non-infrastructure projects. Safety Program Delivery Requirements-Non Infrastructure [pdf] (Updated 10/13/2010).
The OBSP expects all agencies to deliver their safety projects within the time frames provided. Local agencies may be required to use the Expedited Project Selection Procedures (EPSP) and advance the delivery of the project in order to meet the delivery time frames. Caltrans District and Headquarters staff will work with the local agency to use EPSP and ensure that authorization requests for all phases are approved as quickly as possible. For additional information on the use of EPSP, read Using EPSP to Meet Delivery Requirements [pdf]. (Updated 12/15/2010)
The table below has links to summary reports for the HISP program. Since the High Risk Rural Roads (HR3) Program is part of the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) in the new federal surface transportation act, “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century” (MAP-21), the HR3 Call-for-Projects and individual project information has been combined with the HSIP. For details on the Safe Routes to School Program (SRTS), go to http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/LocalPrograms/saferoutes/srts.htm
Local agencies with on-going safety projects should check and monitor the delivery status of each of their projects by opening the “Complete Project Listing” report. This report shows the expected PE and CON authorization dates for each project and its current status. This report also identifies projects with delivery requirement in current Federal Fiscal Year.
Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)
|FFY 2013/14 Q2
(12-31-13 To 03-31-14)
Archive - All prior summaries from previous Federal Fiscal Years (FFYs).
These reports will be updated quarterly.
If you have questions or notice any errors in the data, please contact your District Local Assistance Engineer.
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Last Updated: April 21, 2014