Safe Streets for All: Transportation Safety Action Plan

The City of Saint Paul is developing a Transportation Safety Action Plan to identify and eliminate fatalities and serious injuries from vehicle crashes for everyone (pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users, and drivers).

With community input, this plan will prioritize roadway and infrastructure projects that address safety challenges for residents of Saint Paul and support future funding opportunities for safety projects.

The plan will center the people and communities most affected by traffic-related injuries and fatalities—including pedestrians, bicyclists, and people in historically underserved communities—to improve safety for all users.

Why this matters

Once completed, actions and projects identified in this plan will help eliminate traffic crashes and address issues like reckless and distracted driving and high traffic speeds. We need your help to understand your safety challenges.

Your input is critical to our success and will determine which transportation safety projects to prioritize.

Share Your Thoughts

Share your thoughts on how to make Saint Paul safer for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users, and drivers.

Take the survey, share your input on the interactive comment map by indicating specific locations for transportation safety improvements and see others' thoughts, ask others to contribute their ideas by sharing the one pager

Survey and comment map close on April 15.


Project Goals

  • Adopt a Transportation Safety Action Plan to prioritize transportation safety projects identified by Saint Paul residents.
  • Apply for Federal Safe Streets for All funding. If awarded grant, implement safety projects.
  • Determine physical infrastructure projects, strategies, and policies that address and reduce traffic crashes.
  • Improve how the City selects and designs future projects that improve transportation safety.


Transportation Safety Action Plan Timeline with the text Spring 2023 Develop initial plan, public input; June 2023 Apply for grant funding; Summer 2023-2024 continue stakeholder engagement and plan refinement

Last Edited: March 24, 2023