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1 Arizona Strategic Highway Safety Plan Emphasizes TIM Featured

A Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) is a statewide, coordinated plan that provides a comprehensive framework for reducing fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads. The Arizona SHSP Executive Committee approved the 2014 Arizona SHSP. The current…

2 Lesson Learned: TIM Program Creative in Securing Funding Featured

The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) has looked outside the "typical" channels of funding for TIM. As a result, it secured $3 million from the Environmental Protection Agency to curb pollution due to traffic incidents, as highlighted in…

3 State of Tennessee Strategic Highway Safety Plan Featured

The Tennessee Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) has been developed under the oversight of the Tennessee Strategic Highway Safety Steering Committee to reduce the number of lives lost, human suffering, and the economic costs associated with motor vehicle…

4 Lesson Learned: West Virginia Finds, Targets Additional TIM Funding

West Virginia has the 6th largest road system in the nation, with 93% of all state roadways as part of the state system. In 2013, 75% of the 332 traffic-related fatalities were roadway departure crashes (the national average is 57%), and nearly 85% of those…

5 State of Rhode Island Transportation Improvement Program (FY 2013-2016)

This Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) contains a list of over $1.2 billion in transportation projects that the State of Rhode Island intends to implement using State, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and Federal Transit Administration (FTA)…

6 Washington State Strategic Highway Safety Plan 2013

This document, titled Target Zero, sets statewide priorities for all traffic safety partners, provides a resource for potential strategies to address each of the priority areas, and monitors outcomes at a statewide level for each of the priority areas. Target…

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