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.Improving Highway Safety (Capital Investment);ources: Washington State Highway Transportation Commission, Washington Sute Patrol, Fatality Analysis Report;ystem (FARS), Ollice of Financial Management, Dept. of Licensing, WSDOTFigure 5. Washington Motor Vehicle Total Fatalities and Fatality Rates1910-200520Run off the Road1,96623%Crossovers1,12913%Annual Total Falalities~2005 Fatalities = 649 - 70.0\-60.0-50.0~ -40.0-30.0r-Annual Fatality Rates per 1.17 deaths per - 20.0" 100 Million VMT 100 Million VMT---. _ 10.0.,.,.,.,,_01940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2005Intersections /2,259 -./26%All Other Types(side sw ipes, rearends, etc.)3.27738%Total Fatal & Disabling Collisions1999-20051,200 Q64.4 deaths per1,000 \/\IOOMillionVMT800600400200O. . , .1910 1920 1930Approaches to Improving Highway Safety are leadby the Strategic Highway Safety Plan and include;Continuing Corridor Safety ProgramReduce the Risk of Run off the Road Collisions andImprove the Roadside:-Install Guardrail where needed-Flatten Slopes-Remove Fixed Objects from the roadside-Install Shoulder Rumble strips-Widen ShouldersImprove intersections:-New Signal Systems-New Roundabouts-New or Better Lighting-Turn Lanes-Complete Median Crossover Prevention Programon Interstate and Non-interstate Highways-Reduce the Risk of Crossover Collisions on TwoLane Highways by Installing Rumble Strips-Provide Passing Opportunities on Rural Highwaysby Constructing Passing Lanes where costeffective-Eliminate At-grade intersections where warranted-Provide Adequate Pedestrian Facilities-Improve work zones.-Modernize Highway Safety Features andGeometricsAccident TypeRun-Off- The-Road~ 1 - 3~ 4-8~ 9 - 14@ 15 - 22~ 23 - 45Crossover 1-36,. 4-8 N 9 - 14 15 - 22 23 - 30~0~f'~\ '\~ ~J~e,~/ t\ )\ e'El)Fatal/Disabling/Evident Injury/Accidents2002 Through 2006~~e\~~.~~ @l/ '~~D.N23 - 3015 - 229 - 144-81 - 3City Limits-.-@F~de,-~l b . B United Slales C~ Seehon 409.0_'" lIIe fthe d-u. con",i""d in thlll map. Under thia I.d~la ll"inlsinc4 ror pues ~(",,'slualin, p"lmtial hip""Y U{dy enh'...:ancnll ~. shill ,"01be lubj",,~ tod"cO\'cI-Y Of wm'llcdmlo cv~ in I f"dc:r,1 or It.k court procecdlll' or.:oNld .c:d for 011.,.. plllpO'ClI IIIanyoctio" (oKdaml,n ism, frum Iny ""elUTell". II I loulto@@@@@@@--@ -@@@,/@:.~_------_. ~ ---------.--------.-------.-------r ---._-_________..-@ @--@ @> I", ,.J-....\J (t\I~'\,--'If..r-'!- \~"\ .\r~/Y Collision Typei Run.Oft.The Road\~~ il 23 - 45..if ~ 15 - 22\ 9 - 14.-1( 4-8'...~- ~ 1-3Crossover~!II~ ',- ',-1 @!\ @~@~)----)TotalsFatal/Disabling/Evident Injury CollisionsMount Baker Region2002 Through 2006 Ten Mile Length SegmentsRun Off The Road10-1516 - 20 >20CrossoverTotals10-15 16 - 20 > 20 CrossoversROTR0 MilepostMarkersx Intersectionsl:c, Populated PlacesCity LimitsFederal 1,,,,23 UnilNSI.I.lesCodc Section 409 &ovCf1'llllscoflMdaUoontained in this map. Ulldcrlh~bw,data mainLIUwd ror~ea ofleValuatin&polential hiGh .YwetYcMm'lcmlents: ... shall no! be Albjec:llodi~overy or admitted inlo n-idmcc: in I fed~ or dale court proceedin& or oonsickud for other pwjlOKs in anylICtionford.llT\.gcsarisins!TomanyocClll'Tef1oCcat.logd.ionmcntioncdoraddrc:s.udinSliChrqlOl1J,lurnys.schedules, lists, dati. "lfan)One .nc:mpb to use !hi. d in 11\ action fordamagu ag~nJt WSDOT. u.., Staleof Washington, or any other juriadiclion invoJ""d in the 1ocations mmtioned in the did lneae entities expressly..esavc tIw right. under Soc1ion 409, to object 10 the usc ofth. dal.&, including any opinions drawn from the...--- Urban Managed Access_ 1/4 MBeClusters> 3Numberof Fatal,Serious or EvidentInjury Collisions~::z:: Washington Stale"/I Department of TransportationSystems Analysis and Program DevelopmentI~--t~-1! ~~I I '!! lilY').____ I \~J ;~_______ ~ J I / J_______ J. J __ L . ~~Z'~.,.-.~-LV;;-'--.~~/iIii__L _ii!~I ,'-,' el ,-""0 -.......1~;i..;1."--~I JO'~ "~ i. a- iii 'ii,j 'Q?~'.;-Ci'r.-\/I,\6.Nf,;r140 - 249250 - 312o(\Fatal, Serious and EvidentInjury Collisions2002 Through 2006 - Ten Mile Length Segments/'_,_,(DRAFT J( -'-,-..... .......~...."" -"'~-,'-, ---- -_.~ ----'1i.Y '-'---------\.\Total Collisions25-49o 50-139City Limits Excludes collisions on "urban managed access"routes within in cities with populations greater than 25.000 .I"tIndo'1)U.S_COOO.$K1Ion~09, lNo"'lII~-.ott>ou a... ,:~::'::::::=..'::::':=Ofe:~-:::".I.. alrll!llldotL. IDN~~.~.~j'}:!\\'")~i!jiCompleted Safety Projeds by 2006Futu'e Safety PrOjects 2007+CilyUmits"0fi!j)@-- Urban Managed AcceSl>Number of Fatal,Serious or EvidentInjury CollisionsTotal Collisions_25.4950.1391040.249_250.~'iiV'@GJ ~'l!)'W'0G@~.~~@.~~08.. O..~'1~ -0@..~"'-"-..._------.---.---.-------- ... 1i:~._~./'..0@~"5~_..;., -',:. --' .-"~ .~(:@-"""\._.'i!i>@/~8._r-.,'Of,'"'"-!" . "'-\,." -'-< ~.')"_/,'(,.5~ )II ,f.: .IC~'~~/-.-.I@--\ ~',::-----'-'1fr!-------.J",. .....:J!!!!._----_._--_._---------.,,__ e'i!l:,\ -.i."\ .'ei',Ie ~.~~.(~..\.../-------------------------\-------- 1-- -"'---;,;;-------'J---G) ::7: Washington State~II Department of TransportationNorthwest 'RegionFatal, Serious and EvidentInjury Collision Corridors2002 Through 2006D.N-"".' Completed Safety Projects by 2006 Future safety Projects 2007+City LimitsNumber of Fatal,Serious or EvidentInjury CollisionsTotal Collisions_ 25-4950 - 139_250+140 - 249-- Urban Managed Access Excludes collisions on "urban managed access"Routes within cities of population greater than 25.000. .J\/('II'{\\(, .'--/"'\i\.)(...'- _. ..__ ~~JII'~,lIi!i!iI", I /,....._._..__..._..._...--(i~~}\--._.-."'~"""

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