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Title: SHRP 2 Implementation Outcomes and Products


1
Accelerating solutions for highway safety,
renewal, reliability, and capacity
  • SHRP 2 Implementation Outcomes and Products
  • July 28, 2010

2
Implementation Report TRB SR 296
  • Required in SAFETEA-LU delivered to Congress
    February 1, 2009
  • Describe implementable products,
    users/stakeholders, barriers, etc.
  • Recommend implementation methods, mechanisms
  • Estimate required resources
  • Committee chaired by Kirk Steudle

3
Recommendations
  1. Establish implementation program
  2. Structure FHWA to lead NHTSA role in safety
    partnering with AASHTO, TRB
  3. 400 million over 6 years
  4. Stakeholder advisory group for whole program
    separate advisory group for safety
  5. Detailed implementation plans developed and
    executed

4
AASHTO Standing Committee on Highways Strategic
Plan 2010 2014
  • Research and Emerging Technology
  • Project Delivery
  • Climate Change
  • Freight
  • Communicating the Value of Transportation
  • Cut Fatalities in Half by 2030
  • Performance Management
  • Congestion-free America
  • Workforce Planning and Development
  • System Preservation

5
SHRP 2 The Life Cycle Approach
6
Example SHRP 2 Products
  • Technical input for design and construction
    specifications
  • Standard details and plans
  • Methods analysis, design, construction,
    inspection, monitoring, data collection, research
    protocols (manuals)
  • Software, databases, web-based tools
  • Institutional strategies, processes (guidelines)
    model agreements
  • New products, equipment, materials, processes,
    systems, tests
  • Demonstrations, pilot studies
  • Case studies, examples, best practices
  • Plans evaluation, monitoring, implementation,
    marketing, future research
  • Reports, papers, presentations, annotated
    bibliography
  • Training, certification programs

7
Potential Users and Beneficiaries
  • Taxpayers
  • Motorists
  • Commercial drivers
  • Bus riders
  • Shipping and logistics professionals
  • Environmental agencies
  • Communities, businesses and event owners
  • Railroads
  • Utilities
  • Auto manufacturers and suppliers
  • MPOs
  • Law enforcement providers
  • Firefighters
  • EMS providers
  • Highway designers, contractors and suppliers
  • State and local transportation agencies

8
SHRP 2 ReliabilityOutcomes
  • Performance measures, technical relationships
  • Reliability requirements for different road users
  • Guide to design reliability monitoring systems
  • Model for institutional change toward operations
  • Technical relationships for HCM, AASHTO design
    guide, demand models
  • Interdisciplinary incident response training
  • Capacity link inputs to TCAPP, models
  • Safety link ways to improve driver behavior

9
Implementation for Safety
  • Make database accessible to users long-term
    stewardship, upgrading, basic user services,
    security
  • Train researchers and safety professionals in use
    of data (new ways of thinking about safety)
    workshops, sabbaticals, curriculum materials
  • Technical assistance in data use
  • Additional analyses lead to new CM and improved
    use of existing CM
  • Demo evaluate site-based technology

10
Oversight Committee Charge, December 2009
  • AASHTO, FHWA, NHTSA, TRB staff develop
    coordinated approach to per-implementation
    (implementation steering group will report)
  • Technical Coordinating Committees provide
    recommendations for initial pre-implementation
    activities

11
TCC Tasks at April 2009 Meetings
  • Assess readiness of each product for early
    implementation activity
  • For products that are ready, identify next
    logical steps for implementation
  • For products not quite ready, consider what needs
    to be done to move closer to being ready
  • Generate good ideas to support future
    implementation activities

12
Next Steps Could Include
  • Communicate products and value added for general
    use marketing, training, etc.
  • Set up demonstration projects
  • Perform additional testing and evaluation
  • Perform related research to harden the product
    or make it more useful
  • Other

13
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14
TCC Short Lists
  • Highest priority next step activities
  • Contract action must be taken prior to June 2011
  • Form the substance of the Year 1 Proposal for
    Pre-Implementation Activities

15
Cross Cutting Activities
Activity Quantity
CC1 Webinars and Webisodes 20
CC2 Speakers Bureau 75
CC3 Implementation Plan Development (training, plans and focus groups) 1, 7
CC4 Marketing and Communications (on call contract)
16
Cross Cutting Activities (cont.)
Activity Quantity
CC5 Work group and White paper on SHRP 2 computer products 1
CC6 Demonstration and Verification activity support (optimize current outreach and conduct corporate events for champions) 12
CC7 SHRP 2 Committee Pre-Implementation Structures (OC and TCCs establish implementation work groups)
17
For more information
  • SHRP 2 www.trb.org/shrp2
  • Email jdimaggio_at_nas.edu
  • SHRP 2 Implementation Report http//onlinepubs.tr
    b.org/Onlinepubs/sr/sr296.pdf
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