Highway Safety Improvement Program

The goal of the federally funded Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) as authorized in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs (IIJA) Act is to achieve a significant reduction in traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads, including non-State-owned public roads and roads on tribal lands.

 

 

The HSIP requires a data-driven, strategic approach to improving highway safety on all public roads that focuses on performance.  New Mexico DOT’s HSIP is guided by the Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP), a statewide, comprehensive effort to reduce fatalities and incapacitating (serious) injuries on New Mexico’s roadways for all modes and users (motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists, and other transportation users). The NM Strategic Highway Safety Plan is available to view/download as a PDF from the related links below.

For questions regarding eligibility and the application process please contact Jason Coffey or Alma Pacheco.

Jason G Coffey, Technical Unit Supervisor
505-469-7491
jason.coffey@dot.nm.gov

Alma D Pacheco,  Engineering Technician 
505-470-5471
alma.pacheco@dot.nm.gov

 

 

NMDOT Road Safety Audits (RSAs): 2012-2023

StoryMap Collection of NMDOT Road Safety Audits (RSAs). Please click on the image to view StoryMap.

RSA Reports can be found in the StoryMap

NMDOT Road Safety Audits Guidebook

HSIP StoryMap

Please click on the image above to view the HSIP StoryMap. 

To request crash data, please click on the link below:
Crash Data Request

To view the HSIP Interstate and Non-Interstate Network Screening online maps, please click on the link below:
NMDOT Public Map Gallery 

 

 

Vulnerable Road Users Web Applications

New Mexico Vulnerable Road User Safety Assessment High Injury Network Web Map

Please Click on the image above to view Web Map. 

New Mexico Vulnerable Road Users StoryMap

Please click on the image above to view the VRU StoryMap

New Mexico Vulnerable Road Users Dashboard

This dashboard contains pedestrian and bicyclist fatal and serious injury crashes between 2012 and 2022.