Expanding Tribal Transportation Safety to Western States

Tech Transfer is expanding our Tribal Transportation Safety Assessments (T2SA) program to federally-recognized Indian Tribes in 11 states in the western US.  The focus region includes Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, and Washington.  We provide Native American communities with highly focused, in-depth, expert safety reviews of problem areas and specific recommendations for safety improvements within their jurisdictions, as well as on the roadways accessing their land.  If you are interested in a safety assessment or partnering on your FHWA Tribal Transportation Program Safety Funds (TTPSF) grant application including a safety assessment, please contact us at t2sa@techtransfer.berkeley.edu.

What Tribes in California are saying about the T2SA:

“The safety assessment report addressed more than we had expected. It has provided us a framework to help with implementation.”  Tribe in Northern California

“We feel that the safety assessment will allow us to address our primary traffic safety issues; the assessment will provide a roadmap which allows us to focus on priority issues that will make transportation planning easier and ultimately more effective.”  Tribe in Central California

“Many grants are competitive and awarded based on needs that are well documented. This assessment will provide data and will help to improve grant success in receiving funding for safety improvements on and around the Reservation.”  Tribe in Central California