Arizona Strategic Traffic Safety Plan (STSP)

2019 Arizona Strategic Highway Safety Plan

Federal regulations require all states to have a Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP)  that provides a comprehensive framework for reducing fatalities and serious injuries on public roadways. The state's Department of Transportation leads development of its SHSP in cooperation with local, state, federal and other safety stakeholders. Under the completed SHSP, all highway safety programs in the state can leverage resources and work together to address transportation safety issues.

In fall 2018, Arizona’s safety leaders began the process to update the SHSP, last completed in 2014. The 2019 Strategic Traffic Safety Plan (STSP) represents this update. The STSP was developed in consultation with a broad array of transportation safety stakeholders throughout the state representing the each of the 4 E’s of safety: Engineering, Education, Enforcement and Emergency Medical Services, in addition to analysis and documentation of the statewide database of crash records and other data. The STSP is a tool to direct transportation project investment decisions and ensure best safety practices are adopted to achieve a meaningful reduction in transportation-related fatalities and serious injuries on all public roadways.

Current Strategic Traffic Safety Plans

 

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