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 Reducing Speeding-Related Crashes Involving Passenger Vehicles

Summary

​In this safety study, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) examines causes of and trends in speeding-related passenger vehicle crashes and countermeasures to prevent these crashes. The countermeasures presented represent several, of many, potential solutions to the issue of speeding-related crashes. They do not address every cause of speeding or type of speeding-related crash, but they are intended to be widely applicable to a significant portion of these crashes.

The NTSB focused on the following five safety issues pertaining to the effective application of proven and emerging countermeasures for speeding: (1) speed limits, (2) data-driven approaches for speed enforcement, (3) automated speed enforcement, (4) intelligent speed adaptation, and (5) national leadership.

As a result of this safety study, the NTSB makes recommendations to the US Department of Transportation, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Federal Highway Administration, 50 states, the Governors Highway Safety Association, the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and the National Sheriffs’ Association.

 

Related Information:

Recommendations:

H-17-18

H-17-19-26

H-17-27-30

H-17-31-33

H-17-34

H-17-35

H-17-36

News Releases:

7/25/2017 - NTSB Aims to Reduce Speeding-Related Crashes

7/18/2017 - Speed-Related Crash Study, Valhalla, N.Y., Railroad-Highway Accident, Focus of NTSB Meeting

7/14/2017 - Study Identifies Opportunities to Reduce Speeding-Related Deaths and Injuries

Events:

Board Meeting 7/25/2017

NTSB Number: SS1701
NTIS Number: PB2017-102341
Adopted: 7/25/2017