Local Roadway Safety Plan

Project Overview

To qualify for future funding through future safety mitigation grants, the City must prepare a data-driven systemic safety analysis program through one of various options, including a Local Roadway Safety Plan (LRSP). In addition to funding qualification, the plan will also be used by the City to program future Capital Improvement projects and identify intended funding sources for those. The City has received funding for the preparation of its LRSP. Preparation requires data reviews analysis, public input, and the development of vision statements, goals, and identification of areas of emphasis. The intent is to have that process be conducted through the Traffic Safety Committee (TSC) through a series of partnership meetings, workshops, and public outreach. Once completed, the LRSP will be a living document that will be regularly updated with current data and the program will be continually reviewed and updated to reflect changing local needs and priorities.

An LRSP provides a framework for organizing stakeholders to identify, analyze, and prioritize roadway safety improvements on local roads. The process of developing an LRSP is tailored to local needs and issues. The City is creating a project stakeholder team including the Traffic Safety Committee members, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Riverside County Fire Department (CalFire), Jurupa Unified School District, ReachOut, and other interested parties. 

The Traffic Safety Committee will be having a workshop and kick-off meeting at its October 22nd regular meeting. The kick-off meeting will be concentrating on development of the initial Vision Statement text and an overview of collision data to assist is establishing the initial emphasis areas for the plan. These will be refined at the following meetings to be held on the fourth Thursday of every month.

Reference and Sample Materials

Various reference sources are available to assist stakeholders and the public in both identifying the types of information that is required to be part of the plan, but also provide ideas and sample information to assist in preparing the City’s LRSP. These sources include:

Caltrans
Website: Local Roadway Safety Plans and Systemic Safety Analysis Report Program (SSARP)
1 - CalTrans Local Roadway Safety DocumentCalifornia Local Roadway Safety Manual

Federal Highway Safety Administration (FHSA)
2 - Developing Safety Plans, A Manual for Local Roadway OwnersDeveloping Safety Plans, A Manual for Local Roadway Owners


3 - Local Roadway Safety Plan Briefing SheetLocal Roadway Safety Plan Briefing Sheet (contains additional source links)

National Association of County Engineers
4 - Local Roadway Safety Plan TemplateLocal Roadway Safety Plan Template


Latest News

In addition to the scheduled TSC meetings/workshops, the public can participate via the survey link below, or can email information and/or requests to the project staff at TrafficSafety@jurupavalley.org

You can also participate in this project by filling out and submitting the comment form below. 

If you’re interested in receiving updates about this project, including information about opportunities for public participation, please mark the box yes when submitting your comments.

Upcoming Meetings/Workshops

Meetings may be attended in person or watched via the live streaming through the City’s website at https://www.jurupavalley.org/422/Meeting-Videos.

Next Meeting/Workshop

October 22, 2020; 3:00PM @ City Hall, 8930 Limonite Avenue, Jurupa Valley, CA 92509

Previous Meetings/Workshops:

September 24, 2020

Comment Form

Please access the comment form to submit your comments related to the LRSP.