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About the HSIP Noteworthy Practice Series

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The Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) is a core Federal-aid highway program with the primary purpose of achieving a significant reduction in fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads. Many states and local agencies are successfully implementing innovative approaches to HSIP planning, implementation, and evaluation. The HSIP Noteworthy Practices Series presents case studies of these successful practices organized by specific HSIP topics. The individual case studies provide summaries of each practice, key accomplishments, results, and contact information for those interested in learning more.

HSIP Project Identification [PDF] (1.9 MB) Download the free Adobe Reader to view PDFs

Safety Warrants and Spot Safety Index – North Carolina

Implementation of Systemwide Improvements – Missouri

Funding Goals for Proactive Improvements – Minnesota

Development of SPFs for All State Routes and Intersections – Illinois

Level of Service of Safety and Diagnostic Analysis – Colorado

HSIP Project Evaluation [PDF] (2.3 MB) Download the free Adobe Reader to view PDFs

Project Evaluations Using Empirical Bayes – Colorado

Crash Reduction Analysis System Hub – Florida

Safety Evaluation Group – North Carolina

University Conducting HSIP Project Evaluations Using Empirical Bayes – Wisconsin

Safety Data Collection, Analysis, and Sharing [PDF] (1.2 MB) Download the free Adobe Reader to view PDFs

Law Enforcement Expert for Improved Data Collection – Louisiana

Data Analysis for County Highway Safety Plans – Minnesota

Data Sharing and Decision Support Tool – New Jersey

SHSP Stakeholder Involvement [PDF] (2.0 MB) Download the free Adobe Reader to view PDFs

Statewide and Regional SHSP Coalitions – Missouri

SHSP Road Shows – Nevada

Engaging Native American Tribes in the SHSP – Washington

MPO Safety Management Planning – Cheyenne, Wyoming

Revisiting SHSP Emphasis Areas [PDF](1.6 MB)Download the free Adobe Reader to view PDFs

Focusing on Fewer Emphasis Areas – West Virginia

Tiered Emphasis Areas for Statewide and County Safety Planning – Washington

Speeding and Aggressive Driving and Distracted Driving Task Forces – Louisiana

Use of the HSIP Flexible Funding Provision [PDF] (1.9 MB) Download the free Adobe Reader to view PDFs

Alabama Flexes HSIP Funds for Increased Enforcement – Alabama

Michigan Uses HSIP Flex Funds for Winter Safe Driving Campaign – Michigan

Nevada Funds Education and Outreach Programs with HSIP Flex Funds – Nevada

Utah Flexes HSIP Funds to Enhance Partners’ Safety Efforts – Utah

The HSIP Noteworthy Practice Series also includes the following three flyers promoting HSIP and SHSP implementation.

Highway Safety Improvement Program - Project Eligibility [PDF] (1.9 MB) Download the free Adobe Reader to view PDFs

Strategic Highway Safety Plan - Leadership that Saves Lives [PDF] (2.0 MB) Download the free Adobe Reader to view PDFs

Strategic Highway Safety Plan - Get Involved! [PDF] (1.9 MB) Download the free Adobe Reader to view PDFs

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