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... 8 Guidance on Process: What to Do Next Improving safety on your roadways is not a one-time effort; it is an ongoing process involving four basic steps that are repeated over time. Figure 2 and Table 2 summarize the key actions and outcomes from each step.
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... Guidance on Process: What to Do Next 9   Assess PlanImplement Evaluate and Learn Figure 2. Process to improve roadway safety.
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... 10 Highway Safety Behavioral Strategies for Rural and Tribal Areas: A Guide • Improving Safety on Rural Local and Tribal Roads – Improving Safety on Rural Local and Tribal Roads -- Safety Toolkit (Wemple and Colling 2014b) https://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/local_rural/training/fhwasa14072/ Steps: 1.
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... Guidance on Process: What to Do Next 11   Benefits of Participation by Diverse Stakeholders Engaging diverse stakeholders to improve your local roadway safety has many benefits: • Engaging stakeholders representing different kinds of organizations (e.g., local road maintenance, law enforcement, public health, emergency services, health care, schools, trucking companies) can engage more people to support education and communication with the community.
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... 12 Highway Safety Behavioral Strategies for Rural and Tribal Areas: A Guide Box 4. Resources on Recruiting, Growing, and Maintaining Groups to Improve Roadway Safety (Continued)

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