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Highway Safety Improvement Program

 

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for Local Roadways in Tampa Bay


The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) went into effect on October 1, 2012. It continued the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) as a core Federal-aid program. The goal of the program is to achieve a significant reduction in traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads, including non-State-owned public roads and roads on tribal lands. Click here to learn more about federal provisions of the Highway Safety Improvement Program. To learn more about current projects on the State Highway System click here

The following information is intended for local government staff to learn more about federally-funded safety projects on local roads in Tampa Bay.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under the Highway Improvement Safety Program, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District 7 Safety Office has made a commitment to allocating federal safety funds to the local agency safety projects focused on reducing severe injury (fatal and incapacitating injury) crashes.  Funding is allocated to local governments through a competitive project-based application process. The Annual District 7 Safety Summit provides local agencies in Tampa Bay with resources and to develop projects and apply for federal safety funding through a formal process designed to identify and deliver safety improvements with the greatest benefit to the public. 

 

 

 Click below to enter the Local HSIP Project Application Portal

 

 

If you need access to the application portal please contact your District 7 Safety Ambassador.

Mahshid Arasteh, P.E., for all local agencies in Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties.
Her email is americanqualityconsultants@gmail.com or call her at (727) 543-1458.  

Contact Bala Padmanabhan, P.E., who is the Ambassador for Citrus, Hernando and Pasco Counties.
His email is balapadman@balacs.net and his phone number is (813) 962-4697.  

If you need technical assistance login in or with your account contact Anthony Chaumont at achaumont@tindaleoliver.com or 813-224-8862.


  

 2015 Local HSIP Projects Cycle:

 

  
  
HSIP Informational Workshop March 24 2015 - Agenda.pdf
  
HSIP Informational Workshop March 24 2015 - CUTR Lighitng Studies - Lin.pdf
  
HSIP Informational Workshop March 24 2015 - Hsu.pdf
  
HSIP Informational Workshop March 24 2015 - LAP and Force Accounts -Taylor.pdf
  

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 2014 Local HSIP Projects Cycle:

 

Application results from the 2014 Local Agency HSIP Project Funding cycle have been announced. Project application response letters are posted below:

  
  
2014 HSIP LETTER CITRUS.pdf
  
2014 HSIP LETTER CLEARWATER.pdf
  
2014 HSIP LETTER HERNANDO.pdf
  
2014 HSIP LETTER HILLSBOROUGH.pdf
  
2014 HSIP LETTER PASCO.pdf
  
2014 HSIP LETTER PINELLAS.pdf
  
2014 HSIP LETTER PLANT CITY.pdf
  
2014 HSIP LETTER ST PETE.pdf
  
2014 HSIP LETTER TAMPA.pdf
  

 

 

 2013 Local HSIP Projects Cycle:

 

  

Other Resources:

 

 Links to:

  • Application checklist
  • Benefit cost sheet
  • Crash cost per roadway type
  • CMF website
  • Sample application

 

 Contacts:

 

 For general questions about the Highway Safety Improvement Program, please contact:



Florida Department of Transportation
(813) 975-4216

 

 

If you have questions about developing safety projects and completing your application, please contact your Safety Ambassador:

Mahshid.jpgMahshid Arasteh, P.E.
D7 Safety Ambassador to local agencies in Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties
American Quality Consultants, LLC
americanqualityconsultants@gmail.com
(727) 543-1458

 

 

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​​Bala Padmanabhan, P.E.

D7 Safety Ambassador to local agencies in CitrusHernando, and Pasco Counties
Bala Consulting Services, LLC
balapadman@balacs..net
(813) 962-4697


For questions about the web-based application, contact:

Anthony.jpgAnthony Chaumont
Tindale-Oliver & Associates, Inc.
achaumont@tindaleoliver.com
(813) 224-8862 

 

 

 

 

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