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2018-2019 HSIP SAFETY PERFORMANCE TARGETS TIMELINE

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Spring 2017 – Safety stakeholders coordinate on setting 2014-2018 Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) targets.

July 1, 2017 – State Highway Safety Offices report the 3 identical HSIP targets in the Highway Safety Plan (HSP) to NHTSA.

August 31, 2017 – State DOTs report 2014-2018 HSIP targets in the HSIP Annual Report to FHWA.

January 1, 2018 – Calendar Year 2018 commences for 2014-2018 HSIP targets.

February 27, 2018 – Last day for MPOs to establish 2014-2018 HSIP targets.

Spring 2018 – Safety stakeholders coordinate on setting 2015-2019 HSIP targets.

Coordination With Other Plans

Long-range statewide transportation plans (LRSTPs) and Metropolitan Transportation Plans (MTPs) updated on or after May 27, 2018 must include safety performance measures and targets.

Statewide Transportation Improvement Programs (STIPs) and Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs) updated on or after May 27, 2018 must include a description of how the STIP/TIP contributes to achieving the performance targets in the LRSTP/MTP.

July 1, 2018 – State Highway Safety Offices report the 3 identical HSIP targets in the HSP to NHTSA.

August 31, 2018 – State DOTs report 2015-2019 HSIP targets in the HSIP Annual Report to FHWA.

December 31, 2018 – Calendar Year 2018 concludes for 2014-2018 HSIP targets.

January 1, 2019 – Calendar Year 2019 commences for 2015-2019 HSIP targets.

February 27, 2019 – Last day for MPOs to establish 2015-2019 HSIP targets.

Spring 2019 – Safety stakeholders coordinate on setting 2016-2020 HSIP targets.

July 1, 2019 – State Highway Safety Offices report the 3 identical HSIP targets in the HSP to NHTSA.

August 31, 2019 – State DOTs report 2016-2020 HSIP targets in the HSIP Annual Report to FHWA.

December 31, 2019 – Calendar Year 2019 concludes for 2015-2019 HSIP targets.

Assessment of Significant Progress

December 2019 – FHWA determines whether a State has met or made significant progress toward meeting 2014-2018 HSIP targets. FHWA uses 2012-2016 data as the baseline period for assessing significant progress.

March 2020 – FHWA reports findings to States indicating whether the State has met or made significant progress toward meeting 2014-2018 HSIP targets.

June 30, 2020 – States that did not meet or make significant progress toward meeting 2014-2018 HSIP targets must submit an HSIP Implementation Plan to FHWA.

October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021 – States that did not meet or make significant progress toward meeting 2014-2018 HSIP targets must use obligation authority equal to the Fiscal Year 2017 HSIP apportionment only for highway safety improvement projects.

December 2020 – FHWA determines whether a State has met or made significant progress toward meeting 2015-2019 HSIP targets. FHWA uses 2013-2017 data as the baseline period for assessing significant progress.

March 2021 – FHWA reports findings to States indicating whether the State has met or made significant progress toward meeting 2015-2019 HSIP targets.

Suspected Serious Injury Definition

By April 15, 2019 States must use the MMUCC, 4th edition definition for "Suspected Serious Injury (A)" for reporting serious injuries. Agencies are encouraged to begin using the MMUCC, 4th edition definition and attributes on January 1, 2019 in order to have a complete and consistent data file for the calendar year.



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