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State Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) – Other Resources
- Emergency Medical Services (EMS) – Highway safety professionals have long utilized engineering, education, and enforcement approaches. But the 4th E – EMS – is less familiar and less often engaged in the SHSP process and in funding projects under the Highway Safety Improvement (HSIP) program. Why is EMS important to highway safety, why engage EMS, and how do EMS projects get funding?
- SHSP Peer Exchange Reports: Technical assistance delivered through workshops and peer exchanges generally results in an event report. These reports provide roadway safety practitioners with easy-to-access technical assistance on safety challenges encountered by many of their fellow agencies.
Interested in seeing what your peers in other States are doing? Link directly to each State's SHSP by clicking on the State name below. For a big picture across all SHSPs, browse the SHSP Database.
Page last modified on June 16, 2017