Strategic Highway Safety Plan

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The Minnesota Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) sets the direction for safety strategies and investments on Minnesota roadways to work toward zero deaths and serious injuries for all roadway users.

In Minnesota and around the country traffic deaths have been rising after years of decline. The SHSP is an essential tool to reverse this trend.

About the SHSP

The SHSP is a tool that identifies the direction for focusing traffic safety resources and provides data-driven, actionable strategies to reduce deaths and serious injuries on Minnesota roadways. Every five years, Minnesota updates the SHSP to reflect crash trends and incorporate new safety strategies. The 2020-2024 Minnesota SHSP is the active plan. We are looking for your input to shape the next update: the 2025-2029 Minnesota SHSP.

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Graph showing Minnesota crash trends between 2000 and 2022. There was a decline in crashes until 2011 and a spike after 2019View full-size image

The Minnesota Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) sets the direction for safety strategies and investments on Minnesota roadways to work toward zero deaths and serious injuries for all roadway users.

In Minnesota and around the country traffic deaths have been rising after years of decline. The SHSP is an essential tool to reverse this trend.

About the SHSP

The SHSP is a tool that identifies the direction for focusing traffic safety resources and provides data-driven, actionable strategies to reduce deaths and serious injuries on Minnesota roadways. Every five years, Minnesota updates the SHSP to reflect crash trends and incorporate new safety strategies. The 2020-2024 Minnesota SHSP is the active plan. We are looking for your input to shape the next update: the 2025-2029 Minnesota SHSP.

Get involved

Stay informed

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Comment Map

3 months

Using the map, show us one location in Minnesota where you are concerned about traffic safety.

  1. Zoom in to the location where you are most concerned about traffic safety
  2. Select the "+" icon (likely located to the left on a computer, and below on a phone or tablet) 
  3. Drag and drop a pin to the location you are concerned about
  4. Add a comment explaining your concern

Thank you for participating! 

Note: Map comments will be used for overall understanding of safety concerns for the SHSP, not for specific actions. To report a specific issue or concern directly to MnDOT, please visit https://www.dot.state.mn.us. In the "Take action" section of the page you will see options to report an issue.

Page last updated: 09 Jul 2024, 11:39 AM