The Safety Circuit Rider Program is designed to provide safety-related information, training and support to agencies responsible for local roadway safety.
Jeff Hackbart, Safety Circuit Rider for Kentucky, uses collision data to locate high crash sites along roadways and to assist communities in finding low cost roadway safety improvements. Examples of these improvements are removal of fixed objects such as trees, brush, stumps, etc., and installation of signage per the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices guidelines.
The Safety Circuit Rider Program is funded through a grant from the Federal Highway Administration - Kentucky Division in coordination with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. It operates from the Technology Transfer Program (T2) of the Kentucky Transportation Center at the University of Kentucky.
If you have a safety related question or would like to meet with the Safety Circuit Rider to discuss potential safety improvements for your community, contact Jeff Hackbart at email@example.com or 502-320-6294.
Additional information about the program can be found online at Kentucky Safety Circuit Rider.