Eric Wood is our featured associate this month. [...]
At our Pulaski, Tennessee office, we’ve been employed by the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) on several RSA projects. Our engineers have been able to gain a lot of valuable experience that we’re passing on to our Alabama and Louisiana offices.
A RSA is defined as “a formal safety performance examination of an existing or future road or intersection by an independent audit team.”
RSAs can be critically important for many reasons – here are a few to contemplate:
We can all agree those statistics are staggering! RSA’s can reduce the number and severity of crashes, promote awareness and safe practices, identify and address problems and take into consideration human factors and multimodal issues. RSAs are also a low cost way to get all of this done, usually coming in at under $10,000.
In our next blog post, we will discuss the various steps that make up a Road Safety Audit.