Tribal Transportation Safety Assessment (TTSA) State Planning Research (SPR)
UC Berkeley SafeTREC in collaboration with the National Indian Justice Center (NIJC) has embarked on a new project, Tribal Transportation Safety Assessment (TTSA) - State Planning Research (SPR), funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), Division of Transportation Planning (DOTP), and the Native American Liaison Branch (NALB). This project will provide California Native American Tribal Governments with expert, focused, and independent Tribal Transportation Safety Assessments (TTSAs). The goal of the TSSA-SPR project is to reduce injuries and fatalities on all roadways that serve California Native American reservations and Rancherias, as well as roadways accessing their lands, by conducting a TTSA for selected tribal governments.
Each assessment will consist of a two-day site visit, including a public participation meeting and field audit conducted by SafeTREC experts. A technical report, consisting of an analysis and summary of findings and possible suggestions for improvements, and potential sources of funding considered for specific improvements, will be submitted to each tribe.
The technical assistance services and reports provided by this project could also help Indian tribes identify potential sources of funding to make the improvements suggested in their reports and can help provide the justifications to use in future grant applications. The term of this project is through the end of February, 2021.
Apply now for a TTSA
Is your tribal community interested in participating in the Tribal Transportation Safety Assessment (TTSA) project? Please review the program application or contact Afsaneh Yavari, TTSA project lead, at email@example.com for more information or to address any questions you may have. Applications for the program are being accepted until Friday, February 28, 2020.