Strategic Highway Safety Plan Community of Practice
MANY STAKEHOLDERS, ONE SHSP COMMUNITY

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.

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SHSP Database

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

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HSP Policy and Legislation - 
A Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) is a major component and requirement of the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) (23 U.S.C. § 148). Click to learn more.
Develop Your Plan - 
Whether it is the state’s second, third or other update of the SHSP, these resources will assist States to improve their SHSP development process. Click to learn more.
Evaluate Your Plan
Evaluation helps States assess the progress of their SHSP. View resources that will help states strengthen their SHSP process and performance. Click to learn more.
Noteworthy Practices

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

Need Help?

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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