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This project’s objectives are to (a) conduct a synthesis of the States’ efforts to distinguish urbanized and rural fatality and serious injury crash data, including numbers and rates, as well as target setting efforts for these geographic areas; (b) select 5-10 States to participate in an evaluation of urbanized and rural State crash data, including numbers, rates and trends over the most recent 10-year period for which data is available and to establish 5-year rolling average numbers and rate of fatal and serious injury crashes; (c) evaluate the safety strategies forurbanized and rural areas and their impact on safety improvements; (d) compare urbanized, rural and overall statewide rolling averages for fatality and serious injury crashes and analyze how presenting the information separately compares to presenting information singularly for the entire State; (e) propose options for methodologies for setting separate urbanized and rural crash reduction targets.
|Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract?|
|Is this funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act?|
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