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LOCAL ROAD SAFETY PLAN

Project Overview

Tulare County is developing a comprehensive Local Road Safety Plan (LRSP). An LRSP provides a framework for identifying, analyzing, and prioritizing roadway safety improvements on local roads. This plan will enable the County to enhance traffic safety for all modes of transportation and for all ages and abilities.


The goal is to develop a successful LRSP by analyzing historic collision databases and creating a decision-making process that relies on public outreach and a partnership with stakeholders using the four "E's" of traffic safety: Engineering, Enforcement, Education, and Emergency Medical Services.”
 

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Project Area

 
 
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Report Your
Area of Concern

Your input is essential for the success of this Local Road Safety Plan. Click the button below to provide us with your concerns regarding traffic and safety.

Sample comments -

  • This roadway segment is unsafe for walking and biking.

  • Cars don't stop at this stop-controlled intersection.

  • Speeding on this roadway segment.

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Collision History

The map below shows collisions that occurred in the unincorporated areas of Tulare County from January 2016 to December 2020.

 

Directions to Navigate the Interactive Map Below:

  1. Navigate the map to find collision hot spots.

  2. Use mouse wheel or provided buttons to zoom in and out. Pan by left-clicking on the map or using your device's touch screen.

  3. Toggle between base maps by clicking on the map icon on the right side of the window.

  4. Collisions are color-coded to correspond to collision severity. Use the interactive legend to view collisions of each severity. Click on each collision for more details.

 

For any comments or suggestions, please Provide Feedback

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Project Updates

08/05/2021: View the Collision History section for collisions of all severity that occurred in the County from 2016 to 2020. We are constantly updating the interactive map as the project moves forward.

08/05/2021: Downloadable materials, plans, and reports will be uploaded here when they are available.

 
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Contact

For inquiries, please contact:

Julian Sanchez | JSanchez3@tularecounty.ca.gov

Michael Winton | MWinton@tularecounty.ca.gov

Address: Tulare County Resource Management Agency (RMA)
5961 S. Mooney Blvd. Visalia, CA 93277-9394