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by Mark Doctor and Chimai Ngo
“FHWA has a vision of working towards zero deaths on our Nation’s roads, along with many of our partners and stakeholders. To make this vision a reality, we are revitalizing our safety program with…
by Danielle Betkey and Karen Scurry
FHWA identifies opportunities to integrate the Safe System Approach with States’ existing and future highway safety improvement programs.
by Jeffrey B. Shaw, Richard J. (R.J.) Porter, Michael R. Dunn, Jonathan Soika, and Ivy B. Huang
A recently completed Federal Highway Administration project proposes a quantitative method to evaluate intersection designs according to Safe System principles.
by Robert Ritter, Dee Williams, and Gamunu Wijetunge
NHTSA supports the Safe System Approach through data-driven measures to make the Nation’s transportation network more secure for everyone.
by Guan Xu, Abdul Zineddin, Randolph Atkins, and Sarah Abel
Advancing speed management for safety can reduce speeding-related injuries and fatalities on the Nation’s highways and byways.
by Chimai Ngo, John Milton, Lily Reynolds, Rachel Carpenter, and Clay Veka
The Safe System Approach offers useful tactics for saving lives and preventing fatalities on our Nation’s roadways.
by Matts-Åke Belin, Anders Hartmann, Mari Svolsbru, Blair Turner, and Michael S. Griffith
Studying three examples in Sweden, Australia, and Norway can help other countries, including the United States, pave their way to zero deaths on highways
In 2020, the number of people killed on our Nation’s roadways was the highest since 2007, and early estimates of fatalities for the first half of 2021 reflect the largest six-month increase in…
by Jesse Eisert and Michelle Arnold
The Human Factors team is in the process of expanding its research capabilities and tools in an effort to ensure that the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) remains on the cutting edge of research…
Along the Road
Along the Road is the place to look for information about current and upcoming activities, developments, trends, and items of general interest to the highway community. This information comes from U.…
by Anthony Boutros, Jeffrey Shaw, and Phillip Bobitz
The Federal Highway Administration is focused on supporting transportation agencies to accelerate the implementation of a safe, connected, and equitable transportation network for travelers of all…
by Julie Johnston and Sabrina Sylvester
The Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA’s) National Highway Institute (NHI) now offers two web-based trainings (WBTs) specifically to assist transportation managers who handle utility coordination…