Safety

Contacts

Charles Meyer, Professional Engineer III
Branch Manager
[email protected]

Betti Riel, Program Assistant I
Assistant/Receptionist
[email protected]
Program Area: Memorial Sign Program

David Swenka
Safety Analysis & Programs Unit, Engineering Support

Program Areas: Safety Analysis; Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP); FASTER Safety Mitigation Program (FSM); Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP); Local Road Safety Plans (LRSP); Performance Based Practical Design (PBPD)

San Lee
Operations Policy & Programs Unit

Program Areas: Traffic Policy; Access Management; Traffic Analysis & forecasting; Traffic Operations; Field Studies; TSM&O Evaluations; Model Traffic Code; Hot Spots Program; Corridor Operations Bottleneck Reduction Assistance Program

Alisa Babler
Crash Data Intelligence and Fatality Analysis and Reporting System (FARS)

Program Areas: 405 Traffic Records; Bicycle & Pedestrians; Crash DataOlder Drivers; Statewide Traffic Records Advisory Committee (STRAC)

The importance of accurate data collection and reporting cannot be overemphasized. Many individuals and agencies, both from the public and private sector, use and rely on information gathered on crash reports. That information leads to improved roadway safety at the local, state, and federal levels and save lives.

Manjari Bhat
Traffic Assets Engineering; Engineering Support
[email protected]

Program Areas: Approved Products List; Flagger Program; Safety Analysis; Sign & Pavement Markings; Standard Plans, Miscellaneous Project Details, Project Sample Work Sheets; Traffic Operations; Traffic Specifications; Work Zone Safety

Contact Us
  • Traffic & Safety
    2829 W. Howard Pl.
    Denver, CO 80204
    303-757-9662
    Fax: 303-757-9219
  • List of Contacts
Mission & Vision
  • Our mission is to strategically reduce traffic crashes and resulting deaths, injuries, and property damage, and improve the flow of traffic via traffic engineering principles.

  • Our vision is to become the state agency sought-out leader for applying traffic engineering principles to improve traffic safety and maximize the operations of the highway system, and the foremost resource for crash data, analysis, and engineering strategies - and mitigation for improving highway safety and operational efficiency.
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