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                                                                     Summer 2011
                                                                     FTA Workshop              2
                                                                    OSU Researches Crashes     3
                                                                    Road Safety 365            4
                                                                    Transportation Bill        5
                                                                    OTTC Transit Seminar       6-7
  Photo: “Piomingo, the                                             Scenic Byways Workshop     8
  mountain leader, “ at the
                                                                    BIA Funding Agreement      9-10
  Chickasaw Cultural Center
  near Sulphur, OK
 FTA assessments prompt workshop offerings at Reed Center
T  he Federal Transit Administration (FTA) sponsored             Abel Ayala, FTA, presented the workshop training.
a Tribal Transit Workshop on May 26 -27, 2011 at the             Dana is a certified public accountant and co-
Reed Conference Center in Midwest City, Oklahoma.                founder of The DMP Group, which is located in
The workshop provided an overview of FTA and its                 Washington, D.C. John has 35 years experience
programs as well as training and “best practices” for            as a transportation professional and leads DMP’s
tribal transit agencies to use in the management of              transportation group. Abel is an FTA Program
FTA grants.                                                      Management Specialist for Region VI, which
                                                                 serves Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, and
The areas of focus in                                                                       New Mexico. Cheryl
the workshop sessions                                                                       Alexander, The DMP
included TEAM-                                                                              Group, assisted the
web training, Grants                                                                        trainers and participants.
Administration,
Financial Management,                                                                            The workshop was
Procurement,                                                                                     attended by transportation
Satisfactory Continuing                                                                          and transit representatives
Control, Maintenance,                                                                            from the Comanche
Drug and Alcohol                                                                                 Nation, Miami Tribe
Program, and Americans                                                                           of Oklahoma, Citizen
with Disabilities Act.                                                                           Potawatomi Nation,
                                                                                                 Cheyenne-Arapaho
These focus areas                                                                                Tribes, Choctaw Nation,
were developed as a                                                                              Chickasaw Nation,
result of on-site needs       Abel Ayala, FTA Program Management Specialist, explains the FTA Seminole Nation, Ponca
                              grant process at the Tribal Transit Workshop held in Midwest City.
assessments and surveys                                                                          Tribe, Kiowa Tribe, and
conducted by the FTA.                                                                            Pelivan Transit and the
The information gathered in the assessments and                      Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit Consortium.
surveys was used to design workshops to meet the                     Other attendees were Jim Self, OSU TTAP; Darla
training needs of the tribes.                                        Hisey, OSU CLGT; and Kary Kiner, OSU RTAP.
Dana Lucas and John Potts, The DMP Group, and                        (By D. Hisey, OSU CLGT)




     Jonnetta Marquis and Debbie McGlasson, Pelivan                Lindsay Young and Johnny James, Choctaw Nation Transit.
     Transit ~ Big Cabin, OK.
  Page 2                                   OSU TTAP News                                              Summer 2011
  OSU research team examines causes of motorcycle crashes
Although hard data may be years in            Data released by the Governors                         motorcycle
crash,
law
enforcement

coming, the American motorcyclist             Highway      Safety    Association,                    agencies
 notify
 investigators,
 who

community is hoping an Oklahoma               a nonprofit association that                           then
 arrive
 on
 scene
 after
 police

State University study will point to          represents state highway safety                        have
finished
their
investigation.

If

some of the specific causes behind            offices nationwide, paints a more                      a
 rider
 who
 was
 involved
 in
 the

motorcycle crashes.                           encouraging     picture.   Studies                     crash
 is
 on
 scene,
 Ahmed
 said,

                                              released     by    the association                     the
 research
 investigators
 will

Researchers from OSU’s Oklahoma               show motorcycle crash fatalities                       interview
that
person.
If
the
rider
is

Transportation Center are leading             dropped in 2009 and 2010, with                         hospitalized,
 he
 said,
 investigators

the federally funded study. Lead              4,465 deaths in 2009 and 4,376 in                      may
wait
until
he
or
she
is
in
good

researcher Samir Ahmed, a                     2010. However, the association’s                       enough
 condition
 to
 speak
 with

professor in OSU’s school of civil            2010 study indicates that fatalities                   them.


and environmental engineering,                climbed at the end of the year,
said results of the study are still           causing concerns that the two-year
                                                                            Although
           investigators
  use

years away.                                   decline in deaths was more of an
                                                                            information
 from
 police
 reports,

                                              anomaly than the beginning of Ahmed
 said,
 researchers
 look
 for

OSU announced the study in October            longer a trend.               information
 that
 the
 police
 might

2009. Ahmed said researchers                                                not
 seek.
 Whereas
 police
 mainly

spent a good deal of time after the Ahmed recently returned from try
 to
 determine
 fault,
 the
 study’s

grant was announced dealing with California where he spent a week investigators
 look
 at
 a
 number
 of

various permits and navigating a sea working with crash investigators other
 factors,
 including
 how
 long

of red tape. However, work is now who are participating in the the
rider
has
been
licensed
and
what

beginning in earnest on the study, he study. While there, he trained the kind
 of
 training
 he
 or
 she
 has
 had.

said.                                 investigators in a number of skills Investigators
 also
 record
 data
 on

                                      involved with the study, including the
road
itself,
as
well
as
any
other

“It’s      progressing,”      Ahmed photographing         crash      sites, vehicles
 that
 were
 involved
 in
 the

stated. The      motorcycle     crash reconstruction of a crash scenario crash.





 







fatality picture has been a dire one and documentation.

                   


 ( Reprinted with permission.
in recent decades. Between 1997                                                By Silas Allen ~
and 2008, fatalities nationwide Researchers
 are
 coordinating
 their
         sallen@stwnewspress.com;
jumped 150 percent, rising from efforts
 with
 a
 number
 of
 agencies
 Stillwater Newspress, Jun 9, 2011)
2,116 to 5,290, according to the U.S. in
 southern
 California,
 primarily

Department of Transportation’s in
 Orange
 and
 Los
 Angeles

Fatality Analysis Reporting System. counties,
Ahmed
 said.
 Following
 a


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  Page 3                                      OSU TTAP News                                                               Summer 2011
“Road Safety 365” focuses on rurals and locals                                   OSU TTAP Center
The    FHWA Office of Safety,          Using examples, case studies, and        Advisory Committee
in cooperation with Federal,           hands-on activities, the course
                                                                              Will Owens, Comanche Nation,
State, and local stakeholders, has     demonstrates how to integrate             580-492-3798,
developed a one-day workshop,          safety solutions into rural and           willdog@onlineok.com
                                                                              Jay Adams, ODOT, 405-521-2175
Road Safety 365, for improving         local transportation projects at all      jadams@odot.org
the physical factors of local          stages of the project development      Ben Chaney, Muscogee Nation,
                                                                                 918-732-7907
and rural roadways that may            process – planning, design,               bchaney@muscogeenation-nsn-gov
contribute to crashes. The OSU         construction,     implementation,      Ray Ball, Kaw Tribe, 580-269-2552
                                                                                 rball@kawnation.net
TTAP will be presenting this           operations, and maintenance.           Chuck Tsoodle, Kiowa Tribe,
class at the OSU TTAP Center in                                                  580-654-2053
                                                                                 ktoconst@carnegienet.net
Stillwater, OK on August 16.           The course provides practical          Michael Lynn, Cherokee Nation,
                                       guidance in identifying road              918-456-0671 x 2761
                                                                                 michael-lynn@cherokee.org
Road Safety 365: A Workshop            safety issues and implementing         R.J. Walker, Osage Nation,
for Local Governments was              low-cost countermeasures. It also         918-287-5387
                                                                                 rwalker@osagetribe.org
developed incorporating notable        presents the benefits and potential    Tom Simpson, BIA Southern Plains
adult learning approaches for          cost savings of integrating               Regional Office, 405-247-6386
                                                                                 tom.simpson@bia.gov
conveying     information     and      safety improvements into daily         Chris Cutler, Seminole Nation,
conducting exercises. It is            operations and maintenance                405-257-7294,
                                                                                 ccutler@seminolenation.com
designed to provide local and          activities – not just on an
rural agencies with practical and      occasional basis, but 365 days a               OSU TTAP Center
effective ways to incorporate          year.                                      5202 N. Richmond Hills Rd.
safety solutions into daily                                                          Stillwater, OK 74078
                                                                                         405-744-6049
activities and the project             The Road Safety 365 workshop                   Jim Self, Manager
development process.                   audience ranges from decision-               Jim.Self@okstate.edu
                                       makers to road crews, including
Rural      roads    account      for   local and rural road and                TRIBAL TRANSPORTATION
approximately 40 percent of            public    works      supervisors.                NEWS
the vehicle miles traveled in the      elected officials, public safety       Published quarterly by the Tribal Technical
Nation, but account for about 55       advocates, State Department of          Assistance Program (TTAP) Center at the
                                                                              Center for Local Government Technology
percent of fatalities. The fatality    Transportation personnel, and             (CLGT), Oklahoma State University.
rate for rural crashes is more than    law enforcement.                       Sponsored jointly by the Federal Highway
                                                                               Administration and the Bureau of Indian
twice the rate for urban crashes.                                                              Affairs.

        Rural area crashes and their consequences                                         Editor: Karla Sisco
                                                                                       karla.sisco@okstate.edu
         differ from urban ones in several ways :
                                                                               The OSU TTAP Center Advisory
                                                                               Committee meets periodically to
         ~Rural crashes are more likely to occur at higher                     discuss training and program needs,
          speeds.                                                              upcoming programs, and other TTAP
                                                                               Center business. These meetings
                                                                               are open and all tribal members are
         ~Crash victims are more likely to be unbelted than                    welcome.
          their urban counterparts.

         ~Crashes are more likely to produce fatalities due to
           longer response times.


  Page 4                               OSU TTAP News                                            Summer 2011
 Senate releases highlights of a new transportation bill
The bipartisan leadership of the Senate Environment        Boxer also acknowledged that questions about funding
and Public Works Committee (EPW) jointly released          could mean the EPW committee might consider a
the outline of draft legislation that would reauthorize    smaller $109 billion two-year bill. With a two-year
the nation’s surface transportation system. Entitled       bill, the EPW staff estimates a $6 billion annual
Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century              shortfall.
(MAP-21), the $339 billion six-year bill would
fund programs at levels designed to “maintain and          Senator Boxer also advised that the EPW draft bill
modernize our critical transportation infrastructure.”     would include a major increase in Transportation
                                                           Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA)
In a joint statement, Senator Barbara Boxer,               program levels from its current $110 million per year
D-California and EPW chairman; Senator James               up to as much as $1 billion per year. The share that
Inhofe, R-Oklahoma and EPW ranking member;                 TIFIA could support would rise from its current level
Senator Max Baucus, D-Montana and chairman of the          of 33% to 49% under the proposal.
EPW Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee;
and Senator David Vitter, R-Louisiana and T&I              “We are encouraged that the Senate is moving forward
Subcommittee ranking                                                                toward enactment of a
member, said, “It is                                                                surface transportation bill
no secret that the four                                                             and we look forward to
of us represent very                                                                working with the House
different political views,                                                          and Senate committees to
but we have found                                                                   complete reauthorization,”
common ground in                                                                    said John Horsley, executive
the belief that building                                                            director of the American
highways, bridges, and                                                              Association of State
transportation systems is an important responsibility of   Highway and Transportation Officials.
the federal government, in cooperation with state and
local governments and the private sector.”                 At its Spring Meeting, the AASHTO Board of
                                                           Directors reaffirmed its commitment for a multi-year
As part of the announcement, Senator Boxer advised         bill that includes flexibility to enable states to get the
that the Committee expects to advance a $339               most value for each taxpayer dollar, changes in the law
billion bill over six years. That number represents        so states can deliver projects faster, and financial tools
the SAFETEA-LU funding level plus inflation. The           as a supplement to existing funding.
Obama Administration FY 2012 budget request
proposed spending $556 billion over six years on           According to the senators’ statement, MAP-21 would
surface transportation programs.                           eliminate earmarks; consolidate numerous programs
                                                           to focus resources on key national goals and reduce
With a six-year bill, EPW staff estimates there would      duplicative and wasteful programs; create a more
be a $12 billion annual shortfall from current Highway     focused freight program to improve the movement
Trust Fund revenues. The senators said they were           of goods; and expedite project delivery “without
committed to “exploring a wide range of options to         sacrificing the environment or the rights of people to
support and sustain the Highway Trust Fund. Our            be heard.” The bill would also create a new section
goal is to attain the optimum achievable authorization     called America Fast Forward, which is aimed at
length depending on the resources available.”              strengthening the TIFIA program to stretch federal
                                                           dollars. (AASHTO Journal May 27, 2011)



But uncertainty remains on how to pay for a six-year
bill. The Wall Street Journal reported that Senator
  Page 5                                OSU TTAP News                                         Summer 2011
                                          July 10th –July 13th, 2011
                                    Registration and Lodging Accommodations
 Name                                                  Title                              Organization

 Mailing Address                                       City                               State           Zip

 Phone                                                 Fax                                Email

 Registration                                                             Mail Registration and Payment to:
     □ $200 Participant                                                   OTTC
     □ $500 Large Vendor Space (approximately 30’X30’)                    Attn: Angie Gilliam
     □ $200 Regular Booth Fee (approximately 10’X10”)                     902 Arlington Cnt. PMB 329
     □ Transit System Booth Presentation (No Cost w/Participant           Ada, OK 74820
          Registration)                                                   Fax: (580) 436-7219
     □ $40 Additional guest for Night Out on the Cherokee Queen           REGISTRATION DEADLINE JULY 1ST, 2011!

   SPECIAL SEMINAR RATE
         Standard King Room
          $70 per night + tax

  MAKE RESERVATIONS BY
      June 30th, 2011!                    This years’ Night Out will be
         CALL: 918-542-2900                an OTTC special evening
         Group Code: OTTC                    cruise of Grand Lake!


                         Buffalo Run Hotel is located on the grounds of the Buffalo Run Casino. The Buffalo Run Hotel
                         features charming décor and comfortable amenities in the 100 rooms including 12 one room king
                         bedded suites that feature a wet bar and sitting area. Hotel features and executive boardroom,
                         exercise room, indoor pool, business center, and guest laundry.

                         Buffalo Run Hotel is located off of I-44 @ exit 313 in northeast Oklahoma. Upon exiting the
                         turnpike, cross over Steve Owens Blvd onto highway 69A North for 1.5 miles.
All rooms include the following complimentary amenities:
         Wired and wireless high speed internet access             Breakfast
         In-room coffee maker and coffee                           Business Center
         Refrigerator and microwave                                Hair dryer
         In-room safe                                              32” LCD TV
         Iron and Ironing Board                                    Over 25 satellite TV channels including HBO
                               Reservations: 918-542-2900 | www.buffalorunhotel.com
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Page 6                                   OSU TTAP News                                              Summer 2011
                                       July 10th –July 13th, 2011
                                     Buffalo Run Hotel and Casino
                                               Miami, OK
                                   Registration Deadline July 1, 2011
                                                                This Year’s Topics
                                                                      Transit Tool Kit
                                 Everything tribes need to know about starting and maintaining a tribal transit
                                                               Reasonable Suspicion
         Identify the signs and symptoms and physical, behavioral, speech and performance indicators of probable drug
         use and alcohol misuse, and to make a fair and reliable reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing referrals
                                   of transit employees performing safety-sensitive functions
                                                                  Transit Related ITS
           What is it? Get the answer and learn how area tribes are using Transit Related ITS to advance their systems
                                             and which ITS systems they are using.
                                                     Transit Systems Presentations
         Find out how other tribes operate their transit or partnership they have made. Hear from several systems “where
          they are now and the journey that took them there.” Everyone is encouraged to set up a table displaying their
                                                            transit program.
                               Tribal Transit Safety and Emergency Preparedness
          Learn	
  how	
  to	
  identify	
  potential	
  transit	
  risk	
  and	
  how	
  to	
  be	
  proactive	
  with	
  tribal	
  transit	
  safety.	
  	
  Also	
  
            learn	
  what	
  to	
  do	
  in	
  the	
  event	
  of	
  an	
  emergency;	
  steps	
  to	
  take,	
  forms	
  to	
  have	
  and	
  what	
  data	
  to	
  
                                                                                 collect.	
  
                                                                                        	
  

                                    Don’t miss the Sunday Golf Tournament!
                                           4 man scramble at the Peoria Ridge Golf Course
                                                    Tee times from 1:00 to 1:30
                                                          Entry fee $43.75

                                                            Join us on the                                                                 SPECIAL SEMINAR RATE
                                                                                                                                           Standard King Room
                                                           Cherokee Queen                                                                  $70 per night + tax
                                                      This years’ Night Out will be                                                        MAKE RESERVATIONS BY
                                                       an OTTC special evening                                                             June 30th, 2011!
                                                         cruise of Grand Lake!                                                             CALL: 918-542-2900
                                                             (price included in registration)
                                                                                                                                           Group Code: OTTC
Page 7                                                OSU TTAP News                                                                                      Summer 2011
Scenic Byways Workshop coming to Chickasaw Nation
The OSU TTAP in cooperation with the Chickasaw The second day will be devoted to “Developing
Nation will be hosting a Scenic Byways Mobile                                    a Scenic Byways Program for Your Tribe” at the
Workshop and Training at the Chickasaw Cultural                                  Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, OK. Cheryl
Center in the Sulphur, OK area on August 30-31.                                  Cloud Westlund from America’s Byway Resource
                                                                                 Center in Duluth, MN, will be on hand to present the
The event will begin on Tuesday, August 30, at the                               program. Lunch and a museum visit will be provided
Treasure Valley Casino in Davis,                                                                   as part of the registration fee.
OK with a bus trip along the
proposed Chickasaw Scenic Byway                                                                         To register for the event, go to http://
route.                                                                                                  ttap.okstate.edu and click on the
                                                                                                        “Training Schedule” on the left side
Some of the stops along the way                                                                         of the page. The cost for the 2-day
will include the Travertine Nature                                                                      event is $25. (By K. Sisco, OSU-TTAP)
Center, the Artesian Springs, the
Chickasaw National Recreation
Area, Turner Falls, and the Arbuckle Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, OK
area. Participants will be responsible
for purchasing their own lunch during the mobile
workshop.


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 Page 8                                              OSU TTAP News                                                        Summer 2011
BIA outlines new funding agreement for Tribes
T  wenty-five attendees from tribes    programs or projects that are located         regulations. Specifics on funding,
in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas         on or which provide access to the             powers, and dispute resolutions are
convened at the OSU TTAP Center        reservation or a community of the             outlined in the agreement.
in Stillwater, OK to learn about       Tribe that are eligible for funding
the new Indian Reservation Roads       pursuant to 25 CFR Part 170 (IRR              Responsibilities of the Tribe include
“Government-to-Government              regulations).                                 carrying out the eligible programs
Agreement” proposed by the                                                           and projects under the Agreement
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) on      The purpose of the agreement                  while meeting all applicable health,
Thursday, June 23.                     is to transfer to the Tribe all of            safety, and labor standards related
                                       the functions and duties that the             to the administration, planning,
Tom Simpson, Regional Road             Secretary of the Interior would               engineering, and construction
Engineer for BIA, Southern             have performed with respect to a              activities performed.
Plains Region, and Sheldon Kipp,
Supervisory Highway Engineer,                                                        Within available funding, the
Division of Transportation, BIA,                                                     Tribe further agrees to carry out a
were on hand to discuss the                                                          transportation planning process and
specifics of the agreements.                                                         provide this information to the BIA,
                                                                                     with courtesy copies to the FHWA.
The agreement is based “…under                                                       Reporting requirements are also
the authority granted by 23 U.S.C.                                                   outlined.
§ 204(b) (2), as amended by the
Safe,    Accountable,     Flexible,    program or project, while allowing            Responsibilities of the Director of
Efficient Transportation Equity        the BIA to maintain and improve its           the BIA (Michael S. Black) include
Act: A Legacy for Users, Pub. L.       unique and continuing government-             the provision of funds pursuant to
109-59 (SAFETEALOU), 119 Stat.         to-government relationship with               the reference funding agreement
1144 (August 10, 20050, and the        and responsibility to the Tribe. The          and authorization for the Tribe to
Delegations of Authority set forth     agreement also provides the Tribe             carry out preliminary engineering,
in 49 CFR Part 1.48 (B)(29), along     or its designee its formula share             construction           engineering,
with the Constitution and Bylaws       of IRR Program funds under IRR                development      of    management
of the Tribe and                                                                                       s y s t e m s ,
by     resolution                                                                                      construction,
of the Tribal                                                                                          and maintenance
Government.                                                                                            of the programs
                                                                                                       and      projects
The agreement                                                                                          carried out by
authorizes     the                                                                                     the Tribe under
Tribe to perform                                                                                       the agreement.
the     planning,
research, design,                                                                                        The     Director,
engineering,                                                                                             upon the Tribe’s
construction and                                                                                         request will also
maintenance of                                                                                           coordinate with
highway, road,
bridge, parkway,                                                                                         BIA      (continued
                                                                                                         on page 10)
or transit facility   Tom Simpson, BIA, addresses Tribes at meeting to discuss BIA funding agreements.

 Page 9                                 OSU TTAP News                                                Summer 2011
                                      Improvement Plan or TIP). These
 BIA                                  changes will allow BIA staff
 (continued from Page 9)
representatives of a public authority to provide additional technical
to assist the Tribe during the review assistance.
and final inspection process.
                                      Also, the BIA will still provide
Simpson described some of the Direct Service Agreements to those
advantages of the new program, Tribes that would like to remain in
which include “more control at that arrangement.
the tribal level and more flexibility
between projects and activities.”      Simpson noted, “235 bridges have
                                       been funded to date using the
Other benefits are less administrative IRRBP (Indian Reservation Road
paper shuffle between entities, Bridge Program) funds, with 91 of
                                                                                          Tom Simpson, BIA Regional Road
                                                                                          Engineer, Southern Plains Region,
with no more payment requests the total from the Southern Plains                          explains the new BIA Gov’t to Gov’t
(lump sum payments are given) Region.”                                                    Funding Agreements.
and no more modifications (funds
can be expended on any activity             For more information on the BIA
on an approved Transportation               Government     to     Government
                                                              Agreement,

                                                              Simpson at the
                                                              contact    Tom

                                                              Southern
                                                              Plains Regional
                                                              BIA office at
                                                              tom.simpson@
                                                                    bia.gov.


                                                                    (By K. Sisco, OSU-
                                                                    TTAP)
                                                                                         Sheldon Kipp, Supervisory Highway
                                                                                         Engineer, Division of Transportation,
                                                                                         BIA,Albuquerque, NM, outlines funding
  Chuck Tsoodle, Kiowa Tribe; Will Owens, Comanche Nation;                               processes.
  Jeff Lieb, Ponca Tribe; Perri Ahhaitty, Iowa Nation; and Adrian
  Tehauno, Comanche Nation, at the BIA Government to
  Government Meeting at OSU-TTAP Center in Stillwater, OK.


     Have a Happy and Safe
      4th of July Holiday!

         From your friends at
            The OSU TTAP
 Page 10                                    OSU TTAP News                                               Summer 2011
                    ~Upcoming Events~
OTTC Transit Seminar                     July 10-13     Miami, OK

Basic Accounting                         July 19-20     OSU TTAP Center

CDL Prep Class                           August 11-12   Hugo, OK

Road Safety 365                          August 16      OSU TTAP Center

Scenic Byways Workshop                   August 30-31   Sulphur, OK

Tribal Transportation Summit             October 4-6    Catoosa, OK

NTTC                                     Nov 14-17      Nashville, TN
 (National Tribal Transportation Conference)




OSU TTAP Center
5202 N. Richmond Hill Dr.
Stillwater, OK 74078

Phone: 405-744-6049
Fax: 405-744-7268
http://ttap.okstate.edu
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