Enhancing Infrastructure and Traffic Safety in Areas where People Walk and Bike.
Education strategies seek to teach all road users about how to be safe on roads, in crosswalks and on sidewalks.
Policy strategies seek to change laws and/or policies so that safe active transportation is supported and encouraged.
Infrastructure strategies work to improve the built environment so that it is easier and safer to participate in active transportation.
Data strategies focus on improving counting and collecting information on active transportation users and crashes involving them.
Complete Streets Policy
Complete streets is a transportation policy and design approach that requires streets to be planned, designed, operated, and maintained to enable safe, convenient and comfortable travel and access for users of all ages and abilities regardless of their mode of transportation.
School Travel Plan
A School Travel Plan (STP) is a requirement for funding requests through the ODOT SRTS program. It the written document that outlines a community’s intentions for enabling students to engage in active transportation (i.e. walking or bicycling) as they travel to and from school.
Regional Transportation Safety Plan
The TMACOG Transportation Safety Plan presents solutions to the most challenging safety issues in the region, ensuring everyone can go about their daily lives, but also arrive home safely.