CORPO Safety Action Plan

CORPO received a $200,000 federal grant through the Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) program to develop a comprehensive Safety Action Plan for the seven-county CORPO planning area. As part of this effort, CORPO has convened a stakeholder committee to oversee the planning process and sought public input regarding local road safety issues and opportunities to help identify key priorities for the plan. The planning process included a review of crash data and conditions for all roadway users, such as motorists, motorcyclists, pedestrians, and bicyclists.

What is the CORPO Safety Action Plan?

The CORPO Safety Action Plan identifies the most significant roadway safety concerns and established specific strategies and action items for implementation to address the identified roadway safety issues. The goal of this plan is to develop a holistic, well-defined approach to prevent fatal and serious injury crashes in the seven CORPO counties. Additionally, completion of this Safety Action Plan will make local agencies within the CORPO planning area eligible to apply for implementation funds through the SS4A program.

Chapters of the plan are available at the links below.

CORPO Safety Action Plan

Cover page, Table of Contents, List of Acronyms

Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – Current Conditions and Related Efforts
Chapter 3 – Regional Safety Priorities
Chapter 4 – Strategies, Action Items, and Project Selection
Chapter 5 – Implementation and Monitoring

Informational Interactive Map

An interactive map is available for viewers to see data such as fatal and serious injury crashes in the CORPO region, CORPO Transportation Plan Projects, Ohio Department of Transportation priority layers, and other data relevant to the Safety Action Plan. The map is available at this link.

Materials and Resources

Meeting Materials
Contact Information
Mary Turner
Senior Planner