Safety

Safety Programs and Crash Data

Highway Safety Improvement Program

The Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) is a federal aid program that funds safety improvement projects that can achieve a significant reduction in traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads.

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FASTER Safety Mitigation Program

On March 2, 2009, Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter signed SB09-108 into law. The Funding Advancement for Surface Transportation and Economic Recover (FASTER) provides funds to address safety issues on Colorado roadways. The FASTER Safety Mitigation (FSM) program addresses safety issues on state maintained highways.

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Safety Analysis Information

The efficient and responsible investment of resources in addressing safety problems is a difficult task. When making decisions effecting road safety, it is critical to understand that the expenditure of limited available funding will have the biggest impact in places where more crash could be prevented.

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Crash Data

Crash data is generated by law enforcement officers and submitted to the Department of Revenue (DOR). Traffic Management Services processes, uniforms, and "cleanses" crash data records received from DOR. Summary data is available upon request.

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Fatal Crash Data

There were 321 fatalities on Colorado roadways as of August 1, 2020. See all fatal crash statistics.

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405C Traffic Records Program

Formerly known as the 408 program, the 405C Traffic Records Program works to improve State Traffic Records and information systems.

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Statewide Traffic Records Advisory Committee

The Colorado Statewide Traffic Advisory Committee (STRAC) is an advisory group representing Colorado agencies and organizations who use Traffic Records associated with motor vehicle traffic and safety.

Learn more about STRAC