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Manual Notice 2020 1,From Michael A Chacon P E Traffic Safety Division. Manual Traffic Safety Program Manual,Effective Date January 15 2020. The purpose of this manual notice is to advise readers and users of the Traffic Safety Program. Manual that the manual has been revised to reflect the name changes of the Traffic Operations. Division to the Traffic Safety Division and the Traffic Safety Section of the Traffic Safety Division. to the Behavioral Traffic Safety Section of the Traffic Safety Division. In addition to the name changes discussed above changes to the content of the manual consist of. the following, Updated the Texas Traffic Safety Program mission statement in Chapter 1 Section 1 to align. with TxDOT s current safety goals to reduce traffic fatalities in Texas by half by the year 2035. and to zero by 2050, Added note to subsection on Internal Ethics and Compliance in Chapter 1 Section 1 to require. each agency that receives grant money from the Texas Traffic Safety Program to submit their. Internal Compliance Program for review and approval by TxDOT every five years. Updated text in Chapter 2 Section 2 to specify that the Highway Safety Plan HSP is. submitted to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration s NHTSA s Grant. Management Solutions Suite GMSS by July 1 each year. Added note to subsection on Click It or Ticket CIOT in Chapter 3 Section 5 to clarify that. CIOT grants require a minimum 20 matching share from the subgrantee. Added position description to subsections on General Proposal Salaries and Fringe. Benefits 100 200 and STEP Proposal STEP Overtime Rate and Salaries and Fringe. Benefits 100 200 in Chapter 3 Section 6 to the information potential subgrantees must. provide in grant proposals, Added text to subsection on Travel and Per Diem in Chapter 3 Section 6 to specify that under.
Category 300 potential subgrantees must include travel costs for project staff by identifying. the number of trips planned the destination for each trip the number of travelers and the. estimated cost of each trip, Updated language to the Grant Agreement subsection of Chapter 4 Section 3 to clarify that. grant agreements and amendments are executed by the Traffic Safety Division Director who. may delegate the responsibility according to TxDOT policy. Deleted subsection on the Grant Agreement Process from Chapter 4 Section 3 as this is. explained elsewhere in the manual, Added information and a link to the subsection on Electronic Signatures in Chapter 4 Section. 3 on where instructions for completing an electronic signature can be found. Added note to subsection on Submission of Requests for Reimbursement RFR in Chapter 5. Section 3 to clarify that the person submitting an RFR in eGrants should not receive monetary. payment or compensation under the grant and clarifying the steps that need to be taken if this. is the case, Text was added to the subsection on File Security in Chapter 5 Section 7 stipulating that it is. acceptable to display the last four digits of a credit card number in attachments relating to. Texas Traffic Safety Program grants, Text was added to the subsection on File Retention in Chapter 5 Section 7 stating that TRF. eGrants records that have surpassed their retention period according to the TxDOT Records. Retention Schedule are purged annually based on the annual federal fiscal year closeout on. December 31, Text was added to the subsection on Receiving Materials in Chapter 5 Section 9 clarifying that.
Traffic Safety Specialists must fill out a receiving report and email the Traffic Safety Division. Behavioral Traffic Safety and Management Support sections to report the condition of items. Language was added to the subsection of Subcontract Terms and Conditions in Chapter 5. Section 11 clarifying that subgrantees are responsible for verifying a subcontractor s. eligibility by checking the Debarred Vendor List on the Texas Comptroller s website. Added text to the Background section of Chapter 6 Section 4 stipulating that TxDOT will. notify NHTSA in writing within three business days of any potential fraudulent activity or. other violation of Federal criminal law in accordance with their regulatory requirement. Added text to the TRF Compliance Monitoring section of Chapter 6 Section 4 stipulating that. the desk review process of compliance monitoring will begin upon completion of the Onsite. Monitoring Report by the TxDOT Project Manager, Updated language throughout the manual to clarify the role of districts and district engineers in. the Texas Traffic Safety Program, Changed references to the Code of Federal Regulations C F R from C F R 1200 to C F R. 1300 throughout the manual, Address questions concerning information contained in this manual to Garry Rand of the TxDOT. Traffic Safety Division Behavioral Traffic Safety Section by email at Garry Rand txdot gov or. by phone at 979 778 9715, Past manual notices are available in a PDF archive. Table of Contents,Chapter 1 Introduction,Section 1 Overview 1 2.
Purpose of Manual 1 2,Users of Manual 1 2,Definition of Subgrantee 1 2. Availability of Manual 1 2,Electronic Documents and Forms eGrants 1 2. Mission Statement 1 3,Program Goal and Objective 1 4. Funding 1 4,Internal Ethics and Compliance Required 1 4. Organization 1 4, Responsibilities of the Behavioral Traffic Safety Section 1 4.
Titles and Office Designations 1 6,Section 2 Federal Laws and Regulations 1 7. Background 1 7,The Highway Safety Act of 1966 1 7, Applicable Federal Laws Regulations and Highway Safety Grant Funding Guidance 1 7. Basic Funding Eligibility 1 8,2 C F R Part 200 Uniform Guidance 1 8. Section 3 General Features of MAP 21 and Fast Act Programs 1 10. Section 402 State and Community Highway Safety Grants 23 U S C 402 1 10. Section 405 b Occupant Protection Grants 1 10, Section 405 c State Traffic Safety Information System Improvement Grants 1 10. Section 405 d Impaired Driving Countermeasure Grants High Mid and Low Range 1 10. Section 405 d Impaired Driving Countermeasure Alcohol Ignition Interlock Laws 1 11. Section 405 e Distracted Driving Grants 1 11,Section 405 f Motorcyclist Safety Grants 1 11.
Section 405 g State Graduated Driver Licensing Grants 1 11. Section 405 Grant Programs Transfers 1 11,Section 4 NHTSA Resource Documents Available 1 12. Documents Available 1 12,Section 5 State Laws and Regulations 1 13. General 1 13,The Texas Traffic Safety Act of 1967 1 13. Uniform Grant Management Standards 1 13,Governor s Highway Safety Representative 1 13. Traffic Safety Program Manual i TxDOT 01 2020,Governor s Executive Orders 1 13.
Intellectual Property 1 14,Section 6 Signature Authority 1 15. Introduction 1 15,Signature Authority 1 15,Further Delegation of Signature Authority 1 16. Specific Authority to Contract 1 16,Chapter 2 Planning. Section 1 Texas Traffic Safety Program 2 2,Background 2 2. Planning Overview 2 2,Section 2 Highway Safety Plan HSP 2 3.
Background 2 3,Influencing Factors 2 4,Highway Safety Program Areas 2 5. Program Funding 2 6,Highway Safety Plan Development Process 2 6. Planning Problem Identification and Request for Proposals Stages 1 2 3 2 6. Internal Coordination Stage 4 2 7,Review Comment and Approval Stage 5 2 7. Implementation Stage 6 2 8,Required HSP Contents 2 9. Highway Safety Planning Process 2 9,Performance Plan 2 10.
Highway Safety Strategies and Projects 2 11,Performance Report 2 11. Program Cost Summary and List of Projects 2 11,Certifications and Assurances 2 12. Section 405 Grant Application 2 12, Coordination with the Texas Strategic Highway Safety Plan 2 12. Section 3 Problem Identification and Community Assessment 2 13. Overview 2 13,What is Problem Identification 2 13,Purpose of Problem Identification 2 13. General Problem Identification Procedure 2 13,Data Collection and Analysis 2 14.
Data Elements 2 15,Crash Specific Data 2 15,Data Sources 2 16. Traffic Safety Program Manual ii TxDOT 01 2020,Data Analysis and Interpretation 2 16. Some Key Questions in Problem Identification 2 17,Problem Analysis 2 17. Impediments to Effective Problem Identification 2 18. Example Problem 2 18,Traffic Safety Community Needs Assessment 2 19. Purpose of Community Needs Assessment 2 19,Baseline Data 2 20.
Selective Traffic Enforcement Program STEP Projects 2 20. Baseline Information 2 20, What the Community Needs Assessment Should Cover 2 20. NHTSA Website 2 21, Section 4 Program Area Strategies Targets and Performance Measures 2 22. Overview 2 22,Overall State Goal 2 22, Program Area Targets Performance Measures and Strategies 2 22. Section 5 Project Performance Measures and Targets 2 25. Overview 2 25,Performance Measures 2 25,Types of Performance Measures 2 25. Estimated Performance Indicators 2 26,Measurement Characteristics 2 26.
Summary 2 26,Section 6 Project Development Process 2 27. Introduction 2 27,Project Development Process 2 27. Countermeasure Selection 2 28,Implementation or Project Activation 2 28. Grant Agreement Content 2 28,Summary 2 29,Chapter 3 Traffic Safety Project Proposals. Section 1 Overview 3 2,Introduction 3 2,Gaining Access to the eGrants System 3 2.
Completing Traffic Safety Proposals 3 3, Assistance on Completing Traffic Safety Proposals 3 4. Section 2 General Traffic Safety Proposals 3 5,Introduction 3 5. Traffic Safety Program Manual iii TxDOT 01 2020,Problem Statement 3 5. Project Plan 3 6,Section 3 STEP Yearlong Proposals 3 8. Introduction 3 8,Eligibility 3 8,STEP Commercial Motor Vehicle CMV Proposals 3 8.
Problem Identification 3 9,Project Plan 3 9,STEP Indicator 3 10. Public Information and Education PI E Activities 3 10. Operational Plan 3 11, Maximum Funding Amounts for Yearlong STEP Proposals 3 11. Section 4 Additional STEP Requirements 3 12,Grant Agreement General Terms and Conditions 3 12. STEP Operating Policies and Procedures 3 12,Responsibilities of the Subgrantee 3 13. STEP Rank Authorization Form 3 15,Section 5 Other Traffic Safety Grant Awards 3 16.
STEP Click It or Ticket CIOT Grants 3 16, STEP Impaired Driving Mobilization IDM Grants 3 16. Project Celebration Mini Grants 3 17,Target of Opportunity Projects 3 17. Disadvantaged Business Enterprises and Historically Underutilized Businesses 3 17. Section 6 Budget 3 18,Overview 3 18,Allowable Costs 3 18. Buy America Act 3 19,Unallowable Costs 3 19,Project Budget 3 20. Budget Categories 3 20, General Proposal Salaries and Fringe Benefits 100 200 3 21.
STEP Proposal STEP Overtime Rate and Salaries and Fringe Benefits 100 200 3 21. STEP Salary Budget Limitations 3 22,Travel and Per Diem 300 3 22. Travel and Per Diem STEP Enforcement Mileage 300 3 23. Equipment 400 3 23,Supplies 500 3 24,Contractual Services 600 3 24. Other Miscellaneous 700 3 25,Traffic Safety Program Manual iv TxDOT 01 2020. Indirect Costs 800 3 25,Reimbursement 3 25,Method of Payment 3 26. Profit Prohibited 3 26,Allowable Matching Cost Sharing 3 27.
Examples of Matching Costs 3 28,Valuation of Donated Services 3 28. Documenting Matching Costs 3 29,Grant Matching Calculator 3 29. Cost Allocation 3 30, Indirect Costs Facilities and Administrative Costs 3 32. Notes 3 33,Chapter 4 Grant Development and Execution. Section 1 Project Scoring 4 2,Introduction 4 2,Scoring Teams 4 2.
Recommendation 4 3,Scoring Criteria 4 3,Subgrantee Past Performance Grade Review 4 4. Scoring Sheets 4 5,Process Overview 4 5,Section 2 Project Negotiation Process 4 6. Introduction 4 6,Negotiation 4 6,Negotiation Guidance 4 6. Cost Analysis 4 7,Modification Process 4 9,Process Overview 4 10. Section 3 Grant Agreement 4 11,Introduction 4 11,Grant Agreement Purpose 4 11.
Grant Agreement 4 11,Grant Period 4 11,Grant Agreement General Terms and Conditions 4 12. Reimbursement 4 12,Legal Authority 4 12,Attachments 4 13. Electronic Signatures 4 13,Process Overview 4 13,Traffic Safety Program Manual v TxDOT 01 2020. Section 4 Subgrantee Approval 4 14,Introduction 4 14. Local Resolutions and Ordinances 4 14,Section 5 TxDOT Approval 4 15.
TxDOT Review 4 15,When Problems Are Found 4 15,Changes During Review and Approval 4 15. TxDOT Signature Authority 4 16,Originals 4 16,Section 6 Grant Execution 4 17. Effective Date 4 17,Grant Delivery Meeting 4 17,Meeting Participants 4 17. Meeting Agenda 4 17,Record of Meeting 4 18,Section 7 Grant Agreement Amendment 4 19. Introduction 4 19,Amendment Process 4 19,Approval Process 4 20.
Budget Amendments 4 20,Allowable Cost Overruns 4 20. Process Overview 4 21,Grant and Contract Agreement Termination 4 21. Process Overview 4 21,Chapter 5 Project Administration. Section 1 Grant Management and Administration 5 2,Introduction 5 2. Cost Eligibility 5 2,Advances Prohibited 5 2,Grant Administration Tasks 5 2.
Section 2 Performance Reports 5 4,Content 5 4,Frequency 5 4. Submission of Performance Reports 5 4,Assistance on Completing Performance Reports 5 5. Documentation Requirements 5 5,Performance Report Review 5 6. Process Overview 5 6,Traffic Safety Program Manual vi TxDOT 01 2020. Manual Notice 2020 1 From Michael A Chacon P E Traffic Safety Division Manual Traffic Safety Program Manual Effective Date January 15 2020 Purpose The purpose of this manual notice is to advise readers and users of the Traffic Safety Program Manual that the manual has been revised to reflect the name changes of the Traffic Operations Division to the Traffic Safety Di vision and the

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