State and Local Efforts Towards Zero Deaths - The Texas Experience
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State and Local Efforts Towards Zero Deaths - The Texas Experience

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      In 2018, 36,560 people were killed in traffic crashes on the Nation’s roadways. In a concerted effort to reduce fatalities, most States have adopted a zero deaths vision or approach in their Strategic Highway Safety Plans (SHSPs). In addition, more than 40 communities have committed to Vision Zero, a strategy to eliminate traffic deaths and severe injuries at the local and regional level. This growing number of communities working to integrate a zero deaths vision and strategies into their traffic safety efforts has created renewed opportunities for coordination and collaboration at the State and local level. The Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Office of Safety promotes developing effective safety partnerships as a way to advance zero deaths efforts. To support this effort, FHWA has sponsored several State-based workshops where stakeholders gather to discuss their safety priorities and strategies to achieve their shared goal of zero traffic deaths. In addition to the workshops, the FHWA is conducting follow-up webinars and developing a resource to help other States and local communities coordinate their zero deaths efforts.
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