The Central Ohio Transportation Safety Plan is a comprehensive safety plan for the Central Ohio region that identifies the most significant causes of serious injuries and fatalities on the local roadway system. The plan establishes a series of goals and benchmarks for safety improvements, identifies existing trends and critical safety priorities, and sets up a framework for how collaboration can improve safety throughout the region. This plan was developed by the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) in collaboration with local, state, and private sector organizations with a wide array of expertise on transportation safety in Central Ohio.
Our State of Safety reports have been updated to provide a quick highlight of the current state of transportation safety in Central Ohio. This report is produced on an annual basis using crash data from the most recent five years to track the region’s progress toward established goals and targets related to transportation safety. Those goals and targets have been adopted in the region’s Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and reiterated in the Central Ohio Transportation Safety Plan (COTSP). For a more detailed look at crash trends in our region, please review the COTSP linked above.
- 2015-2019 (PDF)