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Highway Safety Improvement Program: Further Efforts Needed to Address Data Limitations and Better Align Funding with States’ Top Safety Priorities
Katherine A. Siggerud (au)
About 43,000 people died and another 290,000 were seriously injured on the nation's roads in 2006. To reduce these numbers, the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transport. Equity Act (SAFETEA) nearly doubled funding for the Fed. Hwy. Admin.'s (FHWA) Hwy. Safety Improve. Program (HSIP). SAFETEA added requirements for states to develop strategic hwy. safety plans that include 4 key elements and to publicly report on the top 5% of hazardous locations on all of their public roads. The act also set aside funds for a legacy rail-hwy. crossing program and a new high-risk rural road program. This report examined: (1) states' implementation of HSIP following SAFETEA; (2) HSIP results to date; and (3) FHWA's guidance and assistance to states. Illus.
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