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  1. NACE FOUNDED IN 1956 1900 MEMBERS 1154 COUNTIES 30 STATE AFFILIATES

  2. NACE AFFILIATE STATES

  3. NACE 100% Membership States

  4. Some Perspectives on Local Roads & Safety • 3.9 Million Miles of Roads in America • - 75% owned by Local Governments • - 3.1 Million Miles (79 %) are Rural Roads • o 2.4 Million Miles (78 %) Rural Roads Owned by locals • 61% of Fatalities in Rural Areas • - Rural Fatality Rate: 2.41 (0.99 Urban) - 2-lane Roads – 58% of all fatalities o Rural 2-lane roads – 44% o Urban 2-lane roads – 14% • Factors Contributing to Fatalities - Roadway Departures – 59% - Intersections – 21% - Pedestrian – 11%

  5. Bridge Ownership & Deficiencies • 586,402 – Total Number of Bridges • 298,638 (51%) – Owned by Local Governments • 25% - % Deficient State Owned Bridges • 32% - % Deficient Local Owned Bridges

  6. NACE PURPOSE • NACE has four primary objectives: • To advance county engineering and management by providing a forum for exchange of ideas and information aimed at improving service to the public.

  7. NACE PURPOSE • NACE has four primary objectives: • To advance county engineering and management by providing a forum for exchange of ideas and information aimed at improving service to the public. • To foster and stimulate the growth of individual state organizations of county engineers and county road officials.

  8. NACE PURPOSE • NACE has four primary objectives: • To advance county engineering and management by providing a forum for exchange of ideas and information aimed at improving service to the public. • To foster and stimulate the growth of individual state organizations of county engineers and county road officials. • To improve relations and the spirit of cooperation among county engineers and other agencies.

  9. OBJECTIVE THREE: To improve relations and the spirit of cooperation among county engineers and other agencies. • NACE Partnerships • National LTAP Association • Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) • US Forest Service (USDA) • Highway Innovative Technology Evaluation Center (HITEC) • International Association of Emergency Managers • American Association of State Highway & Transportation Officials • American Traffic Safety Services Association • US Army Corps of Engineers (PAVER) • National Institute Certified Engineering Technicians (NICET)

  10. NACE PURPOSE • NACE has four primary objectives: • To advance county engineering and management by providing a forum for exchange of ideas and information aimed at improving service to the public. • To foster and stimulate the growth of individual state organizations of county engineers and county road officials. • To improve relations and the spirit of cooperation among county engineers and other agencies. • To monitor national legislation affecting county transportation/public works departments and through NACo, provide NACE’s legislative opinions.

  11. Coalitions/Groups/Liaisons • National Transportation Operations Coalition (NTOC) • Small Urban & Rural Transp. Ops. Coalition (SURTOC) • Coalition for Permitting Efficiency (COPE) • Safety Planning Group • Rural Roads Group • Mountain Plains Consortium • Nat. Concrete Pavement Technology Advisory Board • National Ctr. for Pavement Preservation Advisory BD

  12. Benefits of Partnerships • Leveraging the Benefits • Strength in Numbers (Pool Resources, target audience) • Greater Credibility • Extended Outreach • Networking Opportunities • Cost-sharing • Better & More Complete Information