Lane Regional Safety and Security Plan
The Lane Regional Transportation Safety and Security Plan (LRTSSP) will provide Lane County and the Central Lane MPO an opportunity to:
- collect data;
- analyze and understand multi-modal safety conditions throughout the region;
- develop recommended countermeasures to reduce fatal and serious injury crashes; and
- establish performance measures through which the region can monitor implementation.
Stakeholder Advisory Team (SAT)
This planning process relies on input from a diverse group of stakeholders from multiple disciplines including law enforcement, engineering, education and marketing, advocacy, emergency medical service, transportation planning, and public health. Agencies represented include:
- City of Eugene Police Department
- City of Springfield Police Department
- Lane County Sheriff
- City of Eugene Engineering and Public Works
- City of Springfield Engineering and Public Works
- Lane County Engineering and Public Works
- Oregon Department of Transportation - Region 2
- Safe Routes to Schools - Eugene School District 4J
- Oregon Department of Transportation Driver Education Program
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
- Lane County Fire Authority
- McKenzie Fire and Rescue
- Eugene and Springfield Fire Department
- Lane County Public Health
Stakeholder Advisory Team (SAT) Meeting Materials
SAT Meeting #1
The first stakeholder meeting was held on October 23, 2015, at the Lane County Public Works building in Eugene, Oregon. Meeting materials are available below.
SAT Meeting #2
Existing Transportation System Plan Safety Policies
(with SAT member edits)
SAT Meeting #3
The third meeting will be scheduled soon and materials will be available one week prior to the meeting.
The safety plan's SAT will provide traffic safety expertise from their respective disciplines, but it will be necessary for focus area groups to better understand certain areas. These areas may concentrate on safety problem areas such as drinking and drugged driving or non-motorized traffic safety, or focus on discipline areas and counter measures such as engineering design standards or law enforcement. The SAT will decide the most appropriate way to organize the focus groups and gather additional information for the LRTSSP.
Risky Behaviors Focus Group Materials (2/29/2016)
Vulnerable Users Focus Group Materials (3/11/2016)
Vulnerable Users Transportation Solutions Worksheet
Infrastructure Focus Group Materials (4/1/2016)
Urban High Crash Corridors
Rural High Crash Corridors
Data and Analysis
The safety plan development process will use a data-driven approach to assess current conditions and guide the overall process. Data used in this planning effort includes the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) maintained Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), as well as, the Oregon Department of Transportation's Crash Data System (CDS).
Data summaries for this planning process can be found in the power point presentations presented at stakeholder meetings, as well as, through the MPO data portal, where crash data that is Summarized by Mode can be found. The Core Measures data provides information related to safety measures adopted by Federal and State transportation safety agencies. For more open ended exploration of the data portal, click Advanced User Portal to view more detailed crash data.