Highway Safety Team Staff Meeting SMART Portal HSIP

Highway Safety Team Staff Meeting SMART Portal HSIP

Highway Safety Team Staff Meeting SMART Portal HSIP Application Demonstration Systemic Safety Improvement (SSI) November 21,2017 VDOT HSIP Program/Projects HSIP Programs HSIP Projects Highway Safety Program (HSP) Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Program (BPSP) Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Safety Program (H-RGCP) Spot Highway Safety Project Systemic Highway Safety Project

Types of HSIP Projects VDOT Business Plan Action Item 3.2.3 States: Systemic Safety Project ~ 30% Spot Highway Safety Project ~ 70% Spot Highway Safety Project Systemic Highway Safety Project A project that consists of a lower-cost/high-benefit highway safety countermeasure that is deployed at multiple higher-risk roadway locations to address a particular crash type. Systemic projects rarely involve reconstruction of the existing roadway features. Typical lower-cost safety countermeasures range from $1000 to

$100,000 per treated location. Systemic Highway Safety Project Spot Highway Safety Project A project that deploys a safety countermeasure or countermeasures at a single location or along a single corridor on the highway network. The scope of work often involves reconstruction of existing roadway features or construction of new features such as turn lanes or new travel lanes. Typical cost to treat a single location is much higher than the individual cost of a single location within a systemic project. Costs for spot projects can vary widely but are generally in the $100,000 to $10,000,000 range. Systemic Low Cost Safety Countermeasures Examples: Flashing Yellow Arrow

Cost:$20K/intersection CRF:36 % of left turn angle crashes, 15% of total crashes Retroreflective Backplates Cost: 5-7K/intersection CRF:15 % of all intersection crashes High intensity Activated Crosswalk Beacon Cost: HAWK Signal: $90-120K per location CRF: 29% Total Crashes, 69% Ped Crashes. Ped Refuge Islands Cost: $20-30K/location if no R/ W needed CRF:Ped crash by 46%40-45 %

of all crashes FHWA proven safety countermeasure Systemic Low Cost Safety Countermeasures Examples: Rumble Strips/Stripes Cost: $7K/mile center line RS, $12K/mile shoulder RS CRF: 44-64% - center line RS, 36% - shoulder RS Curve Delineation Cost: $5K/location CRF: 30-50% of all crashes Road Diets Cost: $20-30K/mile for pavement marking changes CRF: 29% of all crashes

Safety Edge Cost:$536-$2,145K per mi for both sides of the road CRF: 20% in total crashes. FHWA proven safety countermeasure DEMO SYSTEMIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT APPLICATION SMART-PORTAL Demo Prd: https://smartportal.virginiahb2.org/ Demo UAT: https://paptuat.azurewebsites.net/ VDOT HSIP Application Portal Guideline and Development The Systemic Tool provides the process and outlines to select systemic safety improvements and projects. The Systemic Tool provides a framework for determining a

reasonable funding distribution between spot safety and systemic safety improvements, and discusses the evaluation of systemic safety programs. Systemic HSP Application Process Example: Angle High LTL Crashes Signalized Intersection Flashing Yellow Arrow Total Location 50 Location Meeting Threshold 40

Deployment Level 100% Targeted KAB Crashes Determine Number of Locations: Identified by Network Screening - Undergoing VDOT Systemic Application Select the Programs that apply to you. I am applying for Systemic Safety Improvements. HSIP SSI VDOT Systemic Application Enter the General Project Descriptions/information's Systemic Improvement Flashing Yellow arrow

Install Flashing Yellow Arrow-Various Locations Districtwide VDOT Project Manager Richmond 1401 E Broad Street [email protected] 804-786-0203 Regular Type Central Office 23219 Central Office Intersection

Urban Minor Arterial Urbanized (200,000+) 2012-01-01 2016-12-31 Chesterfield County Countywide Countywide VA Non-NHS Traffic Signal Primary Countywide

VDOT Systemic Application Focus crash types include: Angle Roadway Departure Rear-End Sideswipe Head-On Bicycle Pedestrian Select the Systemic Improvement Type Angle Signalized Intersection 5 Years 3 Inadequate Signal timing

Flashing Yellow Arrow 40 100 20 $0 $600,000 $60,000 50 40 $0

$1,000 5 Left Turn Crashes in 5 Yrs. 40 $15,000 $674,877 The focus facility types include: Signalized Intersection Unsignalized intersection Segment Curve Mid-block Risk Factor Poor visibility of signal Inadequate signal timing

Excessive speed Slippery pavement Inadequate sight distance Red-light running Inadequate lighting Proposed Systemic Improvement: Flashing Yellow Arrow Install additional signal head per approach Replace 8" signal head with a 12" signal head Re-time traffic signals for better coordination and for proper red and amber clear intervals Retroreflective Backplate VDOT Systemic Application

0.7 Applicable Crash Type: All Cross median Fixed object Head on Run off road Angle Left turn Right turn Bicycle Pedestrian Left Turn www.cmfclearinghouse.org Flashing Yellow Arrow

$5,302,332 $674,877 7.9 7.9 CMFs Clearinghouse Star Quality Rating based on a scale 1 to 5, where 5 indicates the best rating. We recommend highest star rating and use engineering judgement to select the suitable CMF value. We are working on developing VA specific CMF value. CMF should be selected based on the applicable severity and crash type. CMF should be applied only to the severity/crash type for which they were developed. VDOT Systemic Application

Not Needed $0 Not Needed $0 Not Started $660,000 2018-10-01 $660,000 $660,000 2018-12-01 VDOT Systemic Application

Location Tab: Mapping features is linked to VDOT LRS. Locate the study area where the proposed improvements will be implemented. Users can add multiple area/systemic sites. Location is a Required Field. VDOT HSIP Projects Submittals VDOT Project Scoring Final Score: Green Project will be funded based upon the funding availability. Yellow Waiting List.

Red Not funded this SYIP. QUESTIONS ? THANK YOU

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