The Nevada Crash Data Dashboard provides information on who is involved in pedestrian-related driving fatalities and fatal crashes, where and when these crashes occurred, and why they happened. Nevada’s strategies to reduce pedestrian-related driving fatalities and serious injuries are listed below.
Vice Chair: Erin Breen, UNLV Vulnerable Road Users Project
Facilitator: Lindsay Saner, Kimley-Horn
- Screen the roadway network for high-risk signalized intersections and apply effective and/or innovative countermeasures for pedestrians.
- Screen the roadway network for high-risk segments and apply effective and/or innovative countermeasures for pedestrians.
- Conduct outreach and education initiatives for target audiences that focus on eliminating high-risk pedestrian behaviors.
|ITE Crosswalk Policy Guide||2022|
|Vision Zero Truckee Meadows Draft Action Plan||2022|
|City of Las Vegas Vision Zero Action Plan|
|Pedestrian Fatalities by State – 2020 Preliminary Data||03/2021|
|USDOT Pedestrian Safety Action Plan||2020|
|The Basics of Micromobility and Related Motorized Devices for Personal Transport||Website||2019|
|E-Scooter Management in Midsized Cities in the United States||Website||2019|
|Traffic Law 101||2019|
|Traffic Law 102||2019|
|Early Estimate of Motor Vehicle Traffic Fatalities in 2018||2019|
|Traffic Safety Facts – Bicyclists and other Cyclists||2019|
|DWI History of Fatally Injured Pedestrians||2019|
|Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State – 2019 Preliminary Data||2019|
|NDOT Potential Pedestrian Safety Improvement Guidelines||2016|