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Banner reads The Safe System Approach: Zero is our goal. A Safe System is how we will get there. Safe System Principles: Death/Serious Injury is Unacceptable, Humans are Vulnerable, Humans Make Mistakes, Safety is Proactive, Responsibility is Shared, Redundancy is Crucial.

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Screenshot of video reads Rumble Strips reduce severe lane-departure crashes up to 50%.

Rumble Strips: Sweet Sound of Safety

Screenshot of video reads Modern Roundabouts: An Innovative Solution to Intersection Safety Concerns.

Modern Roundabouts: An
Innovative Solution to Intersection
Safety Concerns

Screenshot of video reads Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP).

Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP)

Screenshot shows a pedestrian hybrid beacon.

Pedestrian: STEP Educational
Video Series — All Videos

Screenshot of video reads Make existing mid-block crosswalks more visible.

Crosswalk Visibility Enhancements

Screenshot of video reads Pedestrian Refuge Island.

Pedestrian Refuge Islands

Screenshot of video reads Raised crosswalks can be an effective countermeasure.

Raised Crosswalks

Screenshot of video shows two pedestrians in a crosswalk.

Road Diets

Screenshot of video reads Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons, or RRFBs.

Rapid Flashing Beacons

Screenshot of video reads Leading Pedestrian Interval (LPI).

Leading Pedestrian Interval (LPI)

Screenshot of video reads Pedestrian hybrid beacons.

Pedestrian Hybrid Beacons

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State and Local Zero Deaths Reports

Texas Experience factsheet.

The Texas Experience

Screenshot of Colorado Experience factsheet.

The Colorado Experience

Screenshot of the Florida Experience factsheet.

The Florida Experience

Success Stories

Screenshot of San Diego factsheet.

Systemic Safety Analysis — San Diego, CA

Screenshot of Boston factsheet.

Safest Driver Contest — Boston,

Screenshot of Portland factsheet.

Traffic Safety Camera Program — Portland, OR

Screenshot of Fremont factsheet.

Improved Nighttime Lighting —
Fremont, CA

Screenshot of Seattle factsheet.

Rainier Avenue South Redesign — Seattle, WA

Screenshot of Boulder factsheet.

Media Campaign — Boulder, CO

Screenshot of West Palm Beach factsheet.

Speed Management Projects — West Palm Beach, FL

Screenshot of Hillsborough factsheet.

Fletcher Avenue Complete Streets
Redesign — Hillsborough, FL

Screenshot of California factsheet.

Zero Traffic Fatalities Task Force and Speed Limit Setting Report — CA

Screenshot of Broward County factsheet.

Walking Audits — Broward County,

Screenshot of Chicago factsheet.

Milwaukee Avenue Rapid Delivery Approach — Chicago, IL

Screenshot of Oregon Metro factsheet.

Equity in Vision Zero — Oregon
Metro, OR

Other Materials

Screenshot of Noteworthy Speed Management Practices report.

Noteworthy Speed Management Practices

Screenshot of Safe System factsheet.

Safe System Brochure

Screenshot of Road Safety Fundamentals: Concepts, Strategies, and Practices that Reduce Fatalities and Injuries on the Road report.

Road Safety Fundamentals

Screenshot of Transportation Safety Planning and the Zero Deaths Vision: A Guide for Metropolitan Planning Organizations and Local Communities.

A Guide for Metropolitan Planning
Organizations and Local

Screenshot of STEP Poster.

Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian Poster

Screenshot of MPO Guidebook.

MPO Guidelines for Using Safety
Project Prioritization Factor

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Web Resources

FHWA Floor Decal

Floor decal shows a multi-lane roundabout. A four lane road leads into a roundabout, with pedestrian crosswalks, sidewalks, and cars entering and exiting the roundabout.

Roundabouts Floor Decal — 54" x 54"

(can be scaled proportionately to any size)

FHWA Website Links

Screenshot of Zero Deaths website.

Zero Deaths

Screenshot of Safety Countermeasures website.

Safety Countermeasures

Screenshot of Speed Management website.

Speed Management

Screenshot of Nighttime Visibility website.

Nighttime Visibility

Screenshot of Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety website.

Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety

Screenshot of Systemic Approach to Safety website.

Systemic Approach to Safety

Screenshot of Transportation Safety Planning website.

Transportation Safety Planning

Screenshot of RSPCB website.

Roadway Safety Capacity Building

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Safety Newsletters

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