skip to main content

Strategic Highway Safety Plan Community of Practice

The Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) Community of Practice (COP) is for SHSP practitioners and stakeholders who represent the 4 E’s of safety – Engineering, Enforcement, Education, and Emergency Services/Response. If you participate in the development or implementation of your State’s SHSP, the COP offers you the latest SHSP resources, noteworthy practices, and links to events.

SHSP Database

Click on a state to view summary information from that state’s plan. To view more in-depth detail from all 52 SHSPs, search the SHSP database.

Search the SHSP Database
New Mexico Vermont Nevada New York Colorado New Hampshire Pennsylvania Texas Indiana North Dakota Georgia South Carolina Alabama Tennessee Kansas North Carolina Arkansas Iowa Utah Mississippi Wyoming California Ohio Florida Maine Oklahoma Arizona Kentucky Alaska Hawaii Puerto Rico New Jersey Louisiana Michigan Missouri Virginia West Virginia Illinois Wisconsin Minnesota Maryland Nebraska South Dakota Montana Idaho Oregon Washington Massachusetts Connecticut New Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts Connecticut Rhode Island New Jersey Delaware Maryland Washington, DC

News Flash

NEW! Behavioral Traffic Safety Cooperative Research Program (BTSCRP)

Learn More

SHSP Spotlight

Louisiana’s SHSP Communications Coordinating Council: consistent safety messaging across the state.

Learn More

SHSP-Related Events

Locate safety events that are related to SHSP efforts.

Learn More

Noteworthy Practices

Noteworthy Practices
Learn how states are planning, implementing, and evaluating their SHSPs.  View SHSP-related Noteworthy Practices.

Need Help?

Get an Answer, Fast!
Get a quick answer to your SHSP question. Or learn about other technical assistance options.

Visit SHSP Partners

Visit SHSP Partners
Locate your state’s FHWA, NHTSA, FMCSA, or other contact.  View SHSP partners


RSPCB Program Point of Contact
Felix Delgado, FHWA Office of Safety

Safety and Design Team
FHWA Resource Center

Staff and Primary Work Responsibilities
FHWA Office of Safety