Innovative Approaches to Advancing Traffic Safety and Enforcement

The Mission of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an operating administration of DOT, is to save lives, prevent injuries and reduce economic costs due to road traffic crashes, through education, research, safety standards and enforcement activity.

To accomplish this, NHTSA

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awards grants to state and local governments, not-for-profit organizations, and other entities in support of motor vehicles and road traffic safety initiatives.NHTSA is committed to addressing equity in traffic safety, with respect to development and implementation of programs and objectives described in this NOFO consistent with Executive Order 13985:
Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government.The purpose of the Cooperative Agreement (CA or Agreement) is to advance traffic safety through the development, demonstration, and evaluation of innovative traffic safety countermeasure approaches and techniques, and innovative and measurable strategies and programs to affect law enforcement engagement.

Traffic fatalities are increasing at a significant rate and new traffic safety countermeasures are required to address the rise in fatalities.

The Recipient will first develop and demonstrate innovative traffic safety strategies and approaches consistent with existing legislation, that also support the fair and equitable application of countermeasures in communities of color, socio-economically disadvantaged, or locations where enforcement has been ineffective or lacking as a localized priority.

The Recipient shall also demonstrate and evaluate approaches, strategies, and methods that enhance law enforcement engagement, as well as public engagement between law enforcement and the communities being served, ensuring that underserved communities are represented.

The project will focus on the following:
1. Speed management and speeding enforcement.

2. Occupant protection, including seat belts and child restraint enforcement.

3. Impaired driving enforcement.

4. Effective engagement between Highway Safety Offices and law enforcementSince 2015, the Nation experienced a significant and sudden increase in the number of highway traffic fatalities after steadily declining to the lowest level in more than 65 years in 201 4. In 2015, the Nation experienced a nearly 10 percent increase in traffic deaths and increased to a high point in 2020 at 38,680 fatalities.

Improving safety on our Nation’s roadways and preventing injuries and deaths in traffic crashes remains a top priority for NHTSA.

Pursuant to its authority, NHTSA provides highway traffic safety grants to states, territories and local communities, and supports research, demonstration projects, and countermeasure programs designed to prevent motor vehicle crashes and reduce their associated economic costs.

The development of new approaches and strategies to influence action by law enforcement to undertake the action necessary to reduce crashes and fatalities has become evident.

Existing programs and strategies are not having the desired effect in an environment where fatal crashes are increasing significantly, and societal expectations and changes have challenged law enforcement at the operational and philosophical level.

Injuries due to speeding, occupant protection and impaired driving are key components in the surge of fatalities, as well as the disproportional impact on communities of color.

To address the recent rise in traffic fatalities, NHTSA seeks innovative approaches to enforcement and community engagement to bring down the number of people killed on our roads and highways every year.

Agency: Department of Transportation

Office: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Estimated Funding: $5,572,961


Who's Eligible





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Organizational Funding Opportunities

Additional Information of Eligibility:
This NOFO is limited to organizations that demonstrate that they have the capacity, internal structures, technical ability, necessary qualified staff and subcontractors capable of meeting all of the responsibilities of administering, coordinating, and implementing the activities of this NOFO.

The Cooperative Agreement may include the use of sub-contractors and the Recipient shall be responsible for recruiting and securing the assistance and support of organizations or individuals capable of meeting the activities outlined in the NOFO.

Only those organizations and/or sub-contractors capable of fulfilling the criteria listed within this NOFO to include the management of all logistical and day-to-day operations will be considered for an award.

To be eligible to participate in the Cooperative Agreement, Recipients must meet all of the following requirements:• Have personnel with the education, experience, and expertise required to successfully meet the activities of the Cooperative Agreement.

Demonstrating familiarity and understanding of the topics identified in the activities for the Cooperative Agreement;• Can demonstrate that the organization has sufficient professional and/or corporate organizational experience, structures, and capacity to meet the activities for the Cooperative Agreement.

Interested applicants are advised that no fee or profit will be allowed.

Full Opportunity Web Address:
https://eca.state.gov/organizational-funding/open-grant-solicitations

Contact:


Agency Email Description:
david.larson@dot.gov

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Date Posted:
2022-02-23

Application Due Date:


Archive Date:
2023-02-17



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