Billings Community Transportation Safety Plan

The Billings Community Transportation Safety Plan (CTSP) was developed to reduce roadway fatalities and serious injuries in the Billings Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) area. Developed following the same methodology as Montana's Comprehensive Highway Safety Plan (CHSP). The MPO's process, similar to the CHSP, used a data-driven approach to identify safety issues and determine areas in need of increased focus and strategies to reduce roadway fatalities and serious injuries. Development of the plan was led by an Advisory Committee consisting consisting of the Billings MPO, City of Billings, Yellowstone County, local safety partners, and MDT staff.

The vision and goal statement developed for the Billings CTSP were defined as shown on the right.

Billings Community Transportation Safety Committee

Led by the Billings Metropolitan Planning Organization, a cooperative group of safety partners and members of the public comprising of City and County law enforcement, City and County elected officials, emergency medical services including St. Vincent (Intermountain), Billings Clinic and Riverstone Health, local school districts, city and county departments, Montana Department of Transportation, Montana Highway Patrol and community members that will help facilitate collaboration on implementing strategies within the Community Transportation Safety Plan. This committee will provide the community experts on the 4Es of Transportation Safety to ultimately reduce traffic related fatalities and serious injuries in our community.

Upcoming Events:
2023 Fire Department Open House: Scheduled for October 7, 2023. More information to come!

CTSP vision and goal