Federal regulations require all states to have a Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) that provides a comprehensive framework for reducing fatalities and serious injuries on public roadways. The state's Department of Transportation leads development of its SHSP in cooperation with local, state, federal and other safety stakeholders. Under the completed SHSP, all highway safety programs in the state can leverage resources and work together to address transportation safety issues.
Arizona's first SHSP was completed in 2007. It is currently being updated and scheduled for completion in early 2014.
From the ADOT Blog
We've talked about the Arizona SHSP on our blog. Check out what the article "Reducing Motorcycle-Crash Deaths a Statewide Priority" has to say on the SHSP.