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Road Safety Champion Program

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The Road Safety Champion Program (RSCP) is a nationally-recognized certificate program designed to build a knowledgeable, safety-minded workforce, responsible for operating, maintaining, and designing local roads. Road Safety Champions prioritize safety and are motivated to implement safety improvements that reduce fatalities and serious injuries on rural and local roads. Aspiring Road Safety Champions take core courses as well as trainings specific to their line of work. When all requirements are met, participants will be awarded a Road Safety Champion Program Certificate.

All webinars are held in Eastern Standard Time. Webinars are held from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. on the fourth Wednesday of every month.

For more information, contact Miriam Reber for more details.

News & Announcements

Review announcements and RSCP newsletter archives:

January 2024 Course Schedule & Announcements

Program Enrollment Form

To receive a Certificate of Completion, you must enroll in the Road Safety Champion Program. To do so, please visit this link and complete the form.

Required Courses

You must take all six (6) of the following courses:


Introduction to Road Safety

Low-Cost Safety Measures

Safety Analysis Process

Road Safety Assessment

Local Road Safety Plans

Introduction to the MUTCD (available online only)

  • Access the Introduction to the MUTCD course via this link. Once started, you have five days to complete. There are five modules; each contains a video and knowledge check/exercise. The course can be completed within two hours but you may work at your own pace. Email m[email protected] once you have completed all requirements to get credit or if you need assistance.

Final Project

Final Project.pdf  (Click link to Download)

Email your completed project files to Miriam Reber for review and project approval or to request a transcript at any time.

Optional Courses

You must take at least six (6) of the following elective courses. 


Horizontal Curve Signing

Sign & Post Installation

Intersection Safety

Alternative Intersections & Designs

Countermeasures for Road Safety

Overview of Data and Tools

Traffic Safety Culture

Intersection of Transportation/Public Health/Law Enforcement+

Systemic Safety Project Selection Tool

Maintaining a Safer Roadway

Traffic Incident Management*

Work Zone/Flagger*

Worker Safety*


*Courses with asterisks count toward the electives but are not offered as part of this webinar series. If you have taken these courses through T2 or other sources, or are interested in taking these courses, contact Miriam Reber to verify your credit.

+Attendance at PD&P conference counts as substitute credit for the Intersection of Transportation, Public Health, and Law Enforcement course. If you attend PD&P, contact Miriam after the conference ends so she can verify your attendance and award credit toward this program.


Upcoming Webinars

Webinars are offered free of charge. All webinars take place from 9:00am to 11:00am EST on Zoom. Registration is required. Click the date below to register for the course. You will receive a confirmation letter before the course begins with the Zoom link.



Click to download:

Road Safety Resource Links.pdf

Congratulations 2023 Graduates

T2 would like to congratulate our accomplished 2023 Graduates from the Road Safety Champion Program.

  • Mike Thomas, Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government
  • Amanda Parmley, KYTC District 8
  • George Caldwell, City of Florence
  • Matthew Holder, KYTC District 3
  • Daniel Wayne, KYTC District 4

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First Kentucky RSCP graduate Mike Thomas receives recognition for completing the program