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SECTION VI--GUIDANCE FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AASHTO STRATEGIC HIGHWAY SAFETY PLAN Implementation Step 10: Carry Out the Action Plan General Description Conditions have been established to allow the program to be started. The activities of implementation may be divided into activities associated with field preparation for whatever actions are planned and the actual field implementation of the plan. The activities can involve design and development of program actions, actual construction or installation of program elements, training, and the actual operation of the program. This step also includes monitoring for the purpose of maintaining control and carrying out mid- and post-program evaluation of the effort. Specific Elements 1. Conduct detailed design of program elements 1.1. Physical design elements 1.2. PI&E materials 1.3. Enforcement protocols 1.4. Etc. 2. Conduct program training 3. Develop and acquire program materials 4. Develop and acquire program equipment 5. Conduct pilot tests of untested strategies, as needed 6. Program operation 6.1. Conduct program "kickoff" 6.2. Carry out monitoring and management of ongoing operation 6.2.1 Periodic measurement (process and performance measures) 6.2.2 Adjustments as required 6.3. Perform interim and final reporting VI-21