Please consider taking this survey on Highway safety issues. Its a good opportunity to tell researchers and planners your thoughts and ideas!
Coalition Opposed to the West Waukesha Bypass
Please consider responding to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation survey below. It will help them establish the scope of the upcoming Strategic Highway Safety Plan (an important document for setting transportation safety priorities and allocating transportation safety funding). See link below (more information in the messages below).
As discussed at the last TSC meeting, on behalf of Director Pabst, below is the invitation to take the survey to assist with development of the next SHSP. Please take a moment to take the survey and send this out to any partners to gather their input and feedback. Feel free to forward Director Pabst’s letter to individuals, groups, and organizations. The more input the Department receives, the better.
Dear Highway Safety Partner:
On behalf of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s Traffic Safety Council, I invite you to participate in the development of Wisconsin’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) for 2017-2019. The SHSP will guide Wisconsin’s efforts over the next several years in our ongoing mission to continuously improve the safe and efficient movement of people and goods in the Badger State. Federal law requires all states to develop and implement multi-year SHSP’s. Wisconsin’s first SHSP was developed in 2000, several years prior to the federal mandate. Wisconsin has completed several generations of SHSP and our latest version is available online at:
So what can you do to help develop the next iteration of our multi-year SHSP? Simply put: We need a few minutes of your time to share your opinion about Wisconsin’s safety priorities. In partnership with the Traffic Operations & Safety Laboratory at UW-Madison, the Traffic Safety Council has developed an on-line survey. We invite you to complete this survey at your earliest convenience. The SHSP survey can be accessed on-line at the following web address until April 28th: