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This page provides details and registration links for the Rural Safety Center’s FREE, 1.5 hour monthly webinars. As the registration for a particular training opens, it will be listed on this page. Once the training has been completed, please visit our Archived Safety Center Trainings page to find the training archives and streaming links.


Improving Rural Road Safety with the Safe System Approach 6-part webinar series

No doubt you have been hearing the terms Safe System Approach and Traffic Safety Culture over the past few years, but are you also wondering:

If so, then this 6-part series is for you! The Improving Rural Road Safety with the Safe System Approach 6-part webinar series will explore how a Safe System Approach (SSA) can be applied to rural areas, discuss strategies rural areas are already using that fit within a SSA, and identify additional SSA techniques that can be applied to improve rural road safety.

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Upcoming

In Part 3 of the series, we will focus on the Safe Vehicle element. To learn more and register, click here.

More information and registration coming soon.

More information and registration coming soon.

More information and registration coming soon.


An FHWA EDC-5 Webinar in collaboration with NLTAPA and the National Center for Rural Road Safety. This webinar will focus on how several agencies are addressing curves within their jurisdictions by enhancing curves with signing and striping to reduce roadway departures. 

Speakers and Topics to be covered include:

Participants must register in advance here. Space is limited to the first 500 registrants. If you try to register and are notified that registration


Haven’t Received a Link for the Webinar you Registered for?

If you have not received a link to join us for a webinar you registered for, most likely your email system is blocking our automated emails sent through Constant Contact. To combat this problem, we are trying to now send emails with “deactivated” links in hopes they will not get blocked. However, you can also send this letter to your IT department. The letter provides instructions for how they can put our emails on the “safe list.”