MTC, acting as the Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways (SAFE), oversees the FSP in partnership with the California Highway Patrol and Caltrans.
What does SAFE stand for?
SAFE stands for Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways
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We have 273 other meanings of SAFE in our Acronym Attic
- Selected Area For Evasion (combat search and rescue)
- Self-Abuse Finally Ends (anti-self-injury treatment & support organization)
- Self-Adaptive Flight Experiment
- Semiconductor Advances for Future Electronics
- Seniors Against Federal Extravagance
- Sensor Analysis and Fusion Environment (US Defense Threat Reduction Agency)
- Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope (Horizon Hobby, Inc.)
- Sequential Analysis for Force Employment
- Serena Application Framework for Enterprises
- Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies (California)
- Services to Abused Families, Inc.
- Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner
- Sexy and Fresh Everyday
- Shaw Air Force Employees (Shaw AFB, SC)
- Shores Action Force Eyes (Marion County, Florida)
- Signal Processing Applications for Public Security and Forensics (IEEE Workshop)
- Signatures and Authentication for Everyone (formerly Secure Access for Everyone)
- Silvoarable Agroforestry For Europe
- Skills & Assets for Excellence (police)
- Slow and easy movements, Apply natural buoyancy, Full lung inflation, Extreme Relaxation (how to float)
Samples in periodicals archive:
9 million contract by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways (MTC SAFE).
It links two important partnerships between MTC, Caltrans and the CHP: the 511 system and the Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways, or SAFE, which operates the fleet of Freeway Service Patrol tow trucks and the network of roadside call boxes.
16 /PRNewswire/ -- A dramatic reduction in collisions during the past three years on Highway 17 in Santa Clara County and through the Santa Cruz Mountains has prompted two regional agencies -- the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission (SCCRTC) and the San Francisco Bay Area's Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways (SAFE) -- to approve funding for a three-year extension of the "Safe on 17" project.
Like the CLEAR I-80 project, the regionwide FSP is co-sponsored by the CHP, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways (MTC SAFE) and Caltrans.
Administered by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways (SAFE) and operated in conjunction with the California Highway Patrol (CHP) and Caltrans, the FSP operates primarily during peak commute hours in most Bay Area counties; weekend service is provided along Highway 17 in Santa Clara County during the summer months.
Under Dahms' leadership, MTC in 1988 took on the added role of the Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways, or SAFE, in the process becoming an operating agency with responsibility for installing and maintaining a network of 3,500 motorist safety call boxes along the region's freeways and expressways.
It will integrate data from the California Highway Patrol's regional incident log with data from surveillance of approximately 125 miles of freeway by Caltrans' Traffic Operations System and MTC Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways roving tow truck patrols and a database of public transit routes, schedules and fares that is currently being developed by MTC and local transit operators.