What is the SHSP?

Nevada’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) is a statewide safety plan and framework for reducing fatalities and serious injuries on Nevada’s roadways. The SHSP establishes goals and strategies developed in collaboration with federal, state, local, and private-sector safety stakeholders. The SHSP is updated every five years. The SHSP Action Plan is a supplemental document to the SHSP, and identifies the specific action steps and output measures for strategies within the SHSP. The Action Plan is updated annually, or as action steps are completed.

2021-2025 Nevada Strategic Highway Safety Plan   |   SHSP Action Plan

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Nevada Traffic Safety Crash Facts

The Nevada Traffic Safety Crash Facts analyzes the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for implementers to better understand crash causes. The report provides detailed information on the what, where, who, when, and why regarding fatalities on Nevada roadways.

Crash Data Dashboard    |    Download the Traffic Safety Crash Facts    |    Download the Monthly State Fatal Report

Task Forces

Task forces lead the development of goals and strategies to combat traffic fatalities and serious injuries in each behavioral emphasis area. Representatives from public and private sectors work together to implement actions and deliver solutions. Task forces include:

Safety Committees
Nevada’s traffic committees include a cross-section of representatives from public and private sectors, working together and collaborating on proactive planning, data-driven solutions and legislative actions that will help make our roads safer today, tomorrow and into the future.