1. Data - Improve the quality, accuracy, timeliness and availability of crash data.
2. Roadway Crashes - Reduce the occurrence and severity of roadway departure, intersection, rear-end crashes and highway/railroad crossing crashes.
3. High-Risk Drivers - Address high-risk drivers and behaviors such as young drivers, impaired driving, low seat belt use, distracted driving, older drivers and excessive speed.
4. Target Motorcycle/Bicycle Riders, Pedestrians & Commercial Vehicles -Target motorcycle and bicycle riders, pedestrians and commercial vehicles, which are more likely to be involved in serious crashes.
In 2013, Ohio reached an historic low for fatalities, recording 990 fatalities compared to 1,278 fatalities in 2003. Ohio's new goal is to reduce fatalities by 2 percent each year. Download Performance Measures and Targets from the Safety Fact Sheets below.
Download the fact sheets and tip cards below for more detailed data and information regarding Ohio's emphasis areas: