SHOPP Roadside Safety Program Improvement Projects

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Roadside Safety Improvement Program Overview

Roadside Safety Improvement projects are an effective means to improve worker safety. These projects focus on minimizing the risk of worker exposure to traffic as determined by site specific factors including existing access, shoulder width, slope ratio, location of facilities, roadside paving, ADT, frequency and duration of exposure, and variety of maintenance crews in area. Typical examples of Roadside Safety Improvements are featured in the Roadside Management Toolbox. Roadside Safety improvement projects are implemented by preparing a Project Initiation Document (PID) . This provides examples of how to prepare an effective PID for roadside safety projects. Please contact the Landscape Architecture District Coordinator if you have any questions regarding the Roadside Safety Improvement Program.

Project Identification Document (PID) Resources

A PID for a roadside safety improvement project follows the Project Initiation Report (PIR) format.

The links below provide information on preparing a PID for Roadside Safety Improvement Projects and determination performance measures:

Sample SHOPP Roadside Safety Improvement Documents

The sample PID below has been provided to help you implement roadside safety improvement projects. It is based upon the PIR format, and has been modified to suit a SHOPP Roadside Safety Improvement Project: (Pending).

 

Updated: October 10, 2017