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Back to Basics: Transportation Safety in Traditionally Underserved and Vulnerable Communities - Shared screen with speaker view
Heidi Simon
21:26
Please use this chat box for questions and comments for our panelists. We will get to as many as possible in the second part of the webinar.
Elsie Machado
27:45
Did you mention time of day or night already?
Adam Larsen
43:40
Funding for transportation safety planning, data improvement/analysis, and infrastructure safety projects is available from the Tribal Transportation Program Safety Fund. Tribes can apply for a share of $42-million. Deadlines, September 15, 2022 and January 15, 2023 Details: https://highways.dot.gov/federal-lands/programs-tribal/safety/funds
Adam Larsen
43:44
Another funding opportunity with broader eligibility is the Safe Streets and Roads for All program which local agencies, MPO, and Tribes can used to develop Safety Action Plans and funding to implement those plans. https://www.transportation.gov/grants/SS4A
Adam Larsen
43:49
For Tribes, a comparison of these funding opportunities is at https://highways.dot.gov/sites/fhwa.dot.gov/files/docs/subdoc/2446/ss4a-ttpsf-comparison-2022-06-06-fin.pdf
Brian Hammer
46:58
Lack of approved roadways will leave the area out of the autonomous vehicle revolution
Patricia Middleton
01:03:36
SAFE (Seatbelts Are For Everyone) does the same thing - we're in KS, OK, IA, and MO and happy to partner with more states/communities!
Patricia Middleton
01:03:49
KTSRO.org/safe
Jairo Boekhoudt
01:04:56
how can we provide more information thru the community for the emergency vehicle
Brian Hammer
01:06:15
Limited access. Interstates need to meet Federal guidelines.
Elsie Machado
01:07:48
Is there any data on seat belt use at night v. day?
April Rai
01:09:17
https://www.nhtsa.gov/risky-driving/seat-belts
Tomas Deleon
01:11:25
Thank you so much Ladies! Very good material!
Jennifer Booge
01:11:47
Excellent presentations! THANK YOU for all of the great work each of you are doing!
Lori Haskett
01:12:07
Thank you!
Aishwarya Krishnamoorthy
01:12:08
Thank you all so much!
Pamela Skraastad-Jurney
01:12:16
Wednesday will be a case study for rural road safety in the Kaw Nation, OK.
Daniel Blount
01:12:17
Thank you all for your time and contributions.
Troy Ebbert
01:12:18
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Stephen Piontkowski
01:12:20
Example of tribal motor vehicle injury prevention program described at https://www.ghspjournal.org/content/3/4/619/tab-article-info
Andy Jones
01:12:27
Thank you!
Elsie Machado
01:12:29
Thank you for a very informative presentation!
Alessandra Trepte
01:12:31
Thank you all for the great and very informative presentations. I also appreciate your time sharing your experiences/data with us.
Robert Ambunda
01:12:46
Great and informative presentation. Great work everyone.
Sydney Walker
01:12:50
Thank you, all! Very informative.
Clay Barnes
01:12:55
Excellent session.
Tim Barnett
01:13:00
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Rosa Aranda
01:13:08
Thank you! Have a nice day and week everyone!
Jairo Boekhoudt
01:13:23
good information thank you all
Jenny Lancaster
01:13:35
These sound great! Thank you all!
Scott White
01:13:57
Thank you all, this was really informative and helpful!
Michael Ziarnek
01:13:58
Thank you!
Juanita Williams
01:14:01
thank you