High-Injury Network Corridor Safety Audits
Vision Zero safety audits are conducted on Arlington’s High-Injury Network corridors. Our High-Injury Network (HIN) includes corridors in Arlington that have recently experienced concentrations of critical crashes. Arlington’s High Injury Network represents just 7% of over 555 miles of roadway in the County, but these corridors saw 78% of all serious or fatal crashes in 2017-2019. Staff are prioritizing audits on corridors where there are upcoming/ongoing projects (to assist in coordination on safety features in these projects) and on corridors adjacent to areas identified by equity data (income + race).
The purpose of the audits is to visit each High Injury Network corridor to identify:
- Quick-build projects that we can implement quickly to improve safety,
- Existing/upcoming projects occurring on the corridor and how they will help address safety, and
- Other opportunities or needs to enhance safety for consideration for future capital projects or plans.
HIN safety audits are not intended to fix all safety needs immediately. Rather, they are a strategy for staff to identify safety needs that we can address quickly and safety needs that we can begin to plan to address on a larger scale.
Review the safety audits we've conducted so far using the links below. We will provide updates on each corridor as we implement the recommendations from the audit.
Four Mile Run from Shirlington Road to Walter Reed Drive
Four Mile Run from Columbia Pike to Walter Reed Drive
Glebe Road from 14th Street N to Columbia Pike
Fairfax Drive from Glebe Road to Kirkwood Road / 10th Street N from Kirkwood Road to Arlington Blvd
- Conducted 2019 as the VA-237 Multimodal Safety Study – Audit prompted through transfer of corridor ownership from VDOT to Arlington
- Additional Safety Improvement Summary – Coming Soon!
Walter Reed Drive from Four Mile Run Drive to 9th Street S.
Additional HIN Corridors will be added to this page as Safety Audits are scheduled and conducted.