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New York State Safety Plans:

  • NYS Highway Safety Strategic Plan (2013) – the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC) develops this plan using a data-driven approach to identify problems and set priorities for the state’s highway safety program, including bicycle and pedestrian safety.  GTSC takes into account issues and strategies identified by the GTSC member agencies, other state and local agencies, enforcement agencies and not-for-profit organizations that have submitted applications for funding through the Section 402 State and Community Highway Safety grant program.
  • NYS Strategic Highway Safety Plan (2010) – the purpose of this plan, developed by NYSDOT and GTSC is to promote best practices and strategies that, if implemented, could have a substantial impact on reducing fatal and injury crashes, including bicycle and pedestrian crashes.  Applications for Highway Safety Improvement Program funding must be consistent with the strategies identified in this plan.


Crash Reports:

  • County Data Reports – data for bicycle, pedestrian and motor vehicles crashes in New York counties is published annually in the County Data Reports.
  • NYS Bicycle/Motor Crash Statistics (2014) – statewide summary of bicycle/motor vehicle crashes with contributing factors
  • NYS Pedestrian/Motor Vehicle Crash Data (2014) – statewide summary of pedestrian/bicycle/motor vehicle crashes with contributing factors
  • NYC Bicycle Crash Data (2015) – contains the number of reported crashes, disaggregated by borough and by police precinct, with injury (i.e. non‐fatal injuries) and fatality totals, involving only bicycles, between bicycles and motorized vehicles, and between bicycles and pedestrians


State & Federal Funding:

  • MAP-21- Find It, Fund It (Advocacy Advance) – helps you find federal funding sources for 24 types of bicycle and pedestrian projects.
  • Making the Most of MAP-21 (Transportation for America) – A guide to the 2012 Federal Transportation Law and how to use it for positive change in your community.
  • State Transportation Improvement Program (2013-2017) – otherwise known as “the STIP” – this is the federally required, four-year, statewide multimodal program or list of transportation projects proposed for federal transportation funding.  Program funding sources are described beginning on page 39, and Table 2 (page 49) depicts the level of federal funding that NYS estimates will be available for transportation during Federal Fiscal Years 2014 through 2017.
  • Tracking State Transportation Dollars – developed by Tri State Transportation Campaign, this online tool provides an analysis of the STIP (see above) to show you how NYS spends its transportation funding.
  • NYS DOT Projects in Your Neighborhood – provides information about state highway and bridge projects by legislative district, DOT region, county, or community and includes an interactive map.