511 people lost their lives in intersection-related crashes on Nevada roads between 2015 - 2019.

The Nevada Crash Data Dashboard provides information on who is involved in intersection-related driving fatalities and fatal crashes, where and when these crashes occurred, and why they happened. Nevada’s strategies to reduce intersection-related driving fatalities and serious injuries are listed below.

Zero Fatalities


Vice Chair: Lori Campbell, Nevada Department of Transportation, Traffic Safety Engineering

Facilitator: Molly O’Brien, P.E., PTOE, RSP21, Kimley-Horn


  1. Screen the roadway network for high-risk intersections and apply effective and/or innovative countermeasures.
  2. Screen the roadway network for high-risk segments and apply effective and/or innovative countermeasures to improve intersection safety.
  3. Conduct outreach and education initiatives for target audiences that focus on eliminating high-risk behaviors at intersections.


Intersection Safety and Pedestrian Safety Task Force Meeting MinutesPDF12/2020
Intersection Safety Task Force Quarterly Summary Report PDF03/2020
California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Intersection Control EvaluationWEBSITE08/2013
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Alternative Intersection Design WEBSITE02/2017
FHWA Roundabout Guidance WEBSITE02/2018
Highway Safety Manual Practitioners Guide for Intersections COURSE07/2018
Offset Left Turn lanes White PaperPDF10/2014
Right Turn Slip Lanes White PaperPDF10/2014
Roundabout First Policy White PaperPDF10/2014
Signalized Intersections Informational Guide PDF07/2013
Intersection Safety Strategies PDF07/2008