Developing a High Injury Network:
What to Know Before You Start
Designed to support road safety professionals in taking a data-driven approach to High Injury Networks
About This Guide
Many federal, state, and local agencies are using High Injury Networks (HIN) and Safety Corridors as key pillars in their strategies to eliminate traffic-related fatalities. Currently, there is no standardized methodology for generating HINs or measuring their impacts. As a result, there is a lot of variance across public agencies.
Throughout this guide, we highlight key considerations that road safety professionals should take into account when developing a data-driven HIN.
‘Developing a High Injury Network: What to Know Before You Start‘ covers:
- Why HIN methodologies vary across public agencies
- What to know before you start the development process
- Data challenges and key considerations
- Tips to evaluate outcomes from road safety interventions