State strategic highway safety plan

(11)The term “State strategic highway safety plan” means a comprehensive plan, based on safety data, developed by a State transportation department that— (A)is developed after consultation with— (i)a highway safety representative of the Governor of the State; (ii)regional transportation planning organizations and metropolitan planning organizations, if any; (iii)representatives of major modes of transportation; (iv)State and local traffic enforcement officials; (v)a highway-rail grade crossing safety representative of the Governor of the State; (vi)representatives conducting a motor carrier safety program under section 31102, 31106, or 31309 of title 49; (vii)motor vehicle administration agencies; (viii)county transportation officials; (ix)State representatives of nonmotorized users; and (x)other major Federal, State, tribal, and local safety stakeholders; (B)analyzes and makes effective use of State, regional, local, or tribal safety data; (C)addresses engineering, management, operation, education, enforcement, and emergency services elements (including integrated, interoperable emergency communications) of highway safety as key factors in evaluating highway projects; (D)considers safety needs of, and high-fatality segments of, all public roads, including non-State-owned public roads and roads on tribal land; (E)considers the results of State, regional, or local transportation and highway safety planning processes; (F)describes a program of strategies to reduce or eliminate safety hazards; (G)is approved by the Governor of the State or a responsible State agency; (H)is consistent with section 135(g); and (I)is updated and submitted to the Secretary for approval as required under subsection (d)(2).


23 USC § 148(a)(11)

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