SafeTREC has collaborated with various organizations to improve traffic safety on tribal lands in California. Explore some of our past programs below:
UC Berkeley SafeTREC in collaboration with National Indian Justice Center (NIJC) conducted the Tribal Transportation Safety Assessment (TTSA) - State Planning Research (SPR) project, funded by the California Department of Transportation(link is external) (Caltrans), Native American Liaison Branch, Office of Race and Equity. This project provided seven (7) Federally-Recognized California Native American Tribal Governments with expert, focused, and independent Tribal Transportation Safety Assessments (TTSA). Learn more about this project.
SafeTREC in partnership with the National Indian Justice Center (NIJC) and the Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria conducted the Active Transportation Needs Assessments (ATNA) for ten (10) Federally-Recognized California Native American Tribes. These assessments documented 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.