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Texas has not had a deathless day on its roadways since November 7, 2000. In the last five years, the state has averaged approximately 3,900 fatalities on an annual basis. Additionally, over the same period, there was a yearly average of 16,500 people seriously injured. These deaths and injuries are attributed to roadway departure, speeding, impaired driving, lack of safety belt user and distraction as well as affect vulnerable users and drivers of all ages.
In 2019, Texas adopted the vision of Road to Zero. This initiative’s goal is to eliminate fatalities on our roadways by 2050. The SHSP is the key planning document that integrates all the strategies and countermeasures to accomplish this mission.
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