Safety Technical Assistance for Counties and Cities

The Alabama Department of Transportation is partnering with the Alabama Transportation Assistance Program at Auburn University to administer a Safety Technical Assistance for Counties and Cities (STACC) program. STACC provides technical support, training, and other activities to Alabama counties and cities to support their efforts to reduce fatalities and injuries on city and county roads. STACC also supports the goals of both the Alabama Strategic Highway Safety Plan and the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) Towards Zero Deaths strategy (TZD).

In Alabama, counties and cities are responsible for about 88% of the public road mileage. However, some of these local governments, particularly smaller jurisdictions, may lack the personnel resources and/or expertise to perform safety reviews and analyses. The STACC program makes road safety technical assistance services available to cities and counties that otherwise would be unobtainable due to their limited resources. The program’s focus is primarily for counties with a population of less than 50,000 and cities with a population of less than 20,000 but is intended to be valuable to all local governments.





Webinar for Local Road Safety Plans with Alabama LRSP Pilot #2

November 20, 2019