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The RSDP Program provides information and resources that can help your agency improve its roadway safety data program. Roadway data are one part of a comprehensive safety data program that includes crash, traffic volume, and roadway data.
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Roadway Safety Data Program (RSDP)

The RSDP provides information and resources that can help your agency improve its roadway safety data. Data are one part of a comprehensive safety program.   Learn More >>
Model Inventory of Roadway Elements
Model Inventory of Roadway Elements

The Model Inventory of Roadway Elements (MIRE) Data Collection Guidebook provides data managers and collectors with techniques for collecting MIRE data elements that potentially will allow them to collect the elements more efficiently.   Learn More >>
The Highway Safety Manual
The Highway Safety Manual

The Highway Safety Manual (HSM), with its new generation of safety analysis tools, gives highway agencies the methods to incorporate explicit, quantitative consideration of safety into planning and project development.   Learn More >>
State Traffic Records Coordinating Committee Noteworthy Practices
State Traffic Records Coordinating Committee Noteworthy Practices

The State TRCC Noteworthy Practices Guide contains detailed information on several successful TRCCs with regard to structure, management, and processes.   Learn More >>
Screenshot of Mire Fundamental Data Elements Illustration Toll
MIRE FUNDAMENTAL DATA ELEMENTS

This set of interactive graphic images depict the MIRE FDEs for each of the roadway categories. By clicking on one of the roadway categories boxes at the top of the screen, a sample graphic image appears for that category.   Learn More >>

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Choose from the options at the right to enter the Toolbox. The Toolbox contains resources that will help your organization build a new or strengthen an existing roadway safety data program.
 
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