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US Unveils its National Roadway Safety Strategy

29 January 2022

The United States Department of Transportation National Roadway Safety Strategy (NRSS) has announced a comprehensive approach to significantly reducing serious injuries and deaths on the Nation’s highways, roads, and streets. This is the first step in working toward an ambitious long-term goal of reaching zero roadway fatalities. Safety is U.S. DOT’s top priority, and the NRSS represents a Department-wide approach to working with stakeholders across the country to achieve this goal.

The strategy is based on a Safe Systems Approach.

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