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Seth Chalmers: Initial Steps for Developing Safety Planning and Programming Projects in Arizona

March 17, 2013


As Division Manager of the Traffic Engineering Division for Pima County in Tucson, Arizona, Seth Chalmers leverages more than three decades of experience in the civil engineering sphere. His experience in safety planning and programming extends to the development of projects funded by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP). In undertaking […]

Planning for Safety Projects Funded by the Federal Highway Administration By Seth Chalmers

February 27, 2013


Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) safety projects are enabled financially through the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP). These highway safety funds are made possible by a federal gas tax on fuel. When local governments, councils of governments (COGs), and metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) plan to carry out some of these safety projects, the process often involves […]