Highway safety improvement is a core part of building and maintaining our Nation's roadway system.
The primary purpose of the Federal-Aid Highway Safety Program is to achieve a significant reduction in roadway fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads.
Many State and local agencies are successfully implementing innovative approaches to safety program and project planning, implementation, and evaluation. The Roadway Safety Noteworthy Practices Database presents case studies of successful practices organized by specific topics. The individual case studies provide summaries of each practice, key accomplishments, results, and contact information for those interested in learning more.
Search for Noteworthy Practices: Search the database by selecting any of the following criteria: Topic, State, Publication Year, or Key Word. The more search criteria you select, the more specific your search results. To select multiple topics and/or multiple States, hold down the Ctrl key while clicking on your selections. More about searching.
Enter year in 0000 format (ex. 2010).