State Action Plan
Develop a Pedestrian State Action Plan.
Steps For Implementation
- Gain members with a diverse group of advocates.
- Develop a statewide pedestrian action plan.
- Incorporate goals of other plans, taking local plans into consideration when appropriate.
- Develop a coalition to distribute the plan to local areas throughout the state.
- Establish a funding stream.
- Collect and monitor data continually.
TxDOT, TTI, municipalities, law enforcement agencies, advocacy agencies, emergency response agencies, and engineers
planis a further refinement of the emphasis area included in the Strategic Highway Safety Plan. The plan will incorporate effective countermeasures.
Cost to Implement
Time to Implement
- Funding for local implementation.
- Maintaining and increasing momentum.
- Cost reimbursement.
- Retirees leaving organizations without leaving lessons learned or transferring knowledge.
- Government limitations with state funding; members of coalitions may lobby the legislature for more funding.
- Bringing in important stakeholders possibly through a pedestrian advisory committee.
- Difficulty in reaching the target population.
- Difficulty in evaluation. It is unclear how many entities have adopted local plans based on a statewide plan.