UC Berkeley SafeTREC has been working since 2014 on a variety of projects to improve road safety for California’s tribal populations, as well as for all population groups that travel to California’s Rancherias and reservations or through their lands.
Photo credit: Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation, Tony Dang, California Walks
Tribal Road Safety Programs
Tribal Road Safety Data Collection
Since 2014, SafeTREC has collaborated with the National Indian Justice Center (NIJC) to provide guidance and assistance to California tribes to improve the quality and quantity of traffic collision data collected on and near tribal areas, address the issue of under-reporting of crash data, conduct training and provide technical assistance to tribal enforcement agencies, and facilitate crash data collection and analysis. Learn more about this project.
Tribal Crash Data Tool
Are you interested in learning more about how SafeTREC is working to improve tribal road safety with the development of tools and resources? Be sure to visit our Tribal Crash Data Tool page for details on our tribal data tool that provides tribes with access to Statewide Integrated Traffic Record System (SWITRS) data and features for mapping and analyses of data related to their tribal areas.
Active Transportation Needs Assessments with California Native American Tribes
SafeTREC in partnership with the National Indian Justice Center (NIJC) and the Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria will conduct Active Transportation Needs Assessments for a limited number of California Native American Tribes. These assessments will document current and projected needs and safety concerns of pedestrians and bicyclists (including connections with transit where applicable) in the participating tribal communities; the existing conditions of roadway, pedestrian, bicycle, and infrastructure facilities; and recommended short-term and long-term improvements (infrastructure and non-infrastructure). Learn more about this project.
For more information about all our programs for tribal road safety, please contact us via e-mail at email@example.com.