496 people lost their lives in speeding-related crashes on Nevada roads between 2016-2020
The Nevada Crash Data Dashboard provides information on who is involved in speed-related driving fatalities and fatal crashes, where and when these crashes occurred, and why they happened. Nevada’s strategies to reduce speed-related driving fatalities and serious injuries are listed below. Read more about the Speed Management Action Plan here.
Task Force Leaders
Vice Chair: Todd Hartline, Department of Public Safety – Office of Traffic Safety
Facilitator: Molly O’Brien, Kimley-Horn
- Advance the use of infrastructure techniques and technology to manage target speeds and set speed limits.
- Utilize high-visibility speeding enforcement targeted at high-risk locations to reduce crash severity.
- Improve effectiveness of education and outreach about safe speed and aggressive driving.
|Nevada's Speed Management Action Plan||2022|