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HSIP (Cycle 5) & HR3 (Cycle 3) Call for Projects
These documents are from the HSIP (Cycle 5) & HR3 (Cycle 3) Call-for-Projects during the summer of 2012 and are being made available for local agencies to consider as they identify and prioritize their potential HSIP projects. These documents and procedures will be updated before the next Call-for-Projects. Agencies must understand these documents are for reference only and they can NOT be used during the next call.
- May 3rd 2012 Webinar for Call for Projects process
- HSIP and HR3 Guidelines
- Instructions for HSIP/HR3 Application Form
- HSIP/HR3 Application Form
Note: The application form has been designed to allow for the export of information to a database. It must be completed on a computer with Adobe Acrobat Reader 8.0 or later. You may download Adobe Reader X for free at http://get.adobe.com/reader/
In filling out the application, applicants are required to access the University of California, Berkeley’s new Transportation Injury Mapping System (TIMS) website. The Application Instructions guide applicants on how to use TIMS and incorporate the benefit/cost ratio results into their application.
Examples of Application Attachments
- Collision Summary Report (Updated May 14, 2012)
- Collision Diagrams (Updated May 14, 2012)
- Detailed Engineer's Estimate (Updated May 14, 2012)
- TIMS B/C Calculation Summary Page
Caltrans has developed a new "Local Roadway Safety Manual for California Local Road Owners" to assist local agencies in preparing a proactive safety analysis of their roadway network and identifying appropriate countermeasures for their high crash concentration locations. Caltrans expects the local agencies that utilize the concepts in this manual as they identify locations, consider countermeasures and submit applications for this Call for Projects will significantly improve their probability of securing federal funding.
Questions and Contacts
If you have any questions regarding the HSIP Program, please call or email your District Local Assistance Engineer (DLAE).
Last Updated: December 3, 2012