The HSIP mission is to identify and fund highway safety projects that maximize lives saved and injuries eliminated per dollar spent.
Under the HSIP, DOT&PF Traffic and Safety personnel annually identify high accident locations on Alaska roads, evaluate corrective measures, fund the most cost-effective ones, and evaluate their effectiveness after projects are completed.
There are many competing needs and influences that vie for DOT&PF project funding through other programs. In contrast, HSIP funds are intended to be targeted single-mindedly at life-saving and injury reduction.
Alaska’s Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) is a federally-mandated program managed by the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF). Its purpose is to reduce fatalities and serious injuries due to crashes on Alaskan roads.
|2023 HSIP Handbook (1.2MB)||Revised 3/10/2023|
|2023 HSIP Handbook ZIP File (4.4 MB)||Revised 3/10/2023|
|To ensure apples-to-apples comparison of projects, the logic and constants in the following Excel spreadsheets should not be changed. If you feel changes are necessary, please contact the state traffic engineer.|
|High Accident Location Screening (34 k)||Revised 3/10/2023|
|Pre-Project Ranking, Post-Project Evaluation(520 k)||Revised 3/10/2023|
|Regional Proposed Project Summary(2 MB)||Revised 3/10/2023|
|Regional HSIP Annual Report Worksheet(370 k)||Revised 3/10/2023|