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Strategic Highway Safety Plan
Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) brings together many safety stakeholders that include various state agencies, law enforcement agencies, Maine Turnpike, AAA, and Maine Motor Transport Association to address Maine’s leading traffic safety concerns in a coordinated way to maximize effectiveness and efficiency of achieving improvements in target areas. There are fourteen strategic focus areas identified that include areas like Safety Belts, Lane Departure, Speed, Impaired Driving, Younger and Mature Drivers. Strategies are developed to bring about safety improvement that consider Engineering, Enforcement, Education/Public Outreach, and Emergency Services aspects. (The four E’s of Transportation Safety strategy)
This presentation was given to Safety Champions, partners, and other stakeholders at the first SHSP meeting of 2010 to begin the process of updating Maine's Strategic Highway Safety Plan.
A graphical analysis and discussion of Maine crash data.
Last Updated 5/14/14
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