The Meadowlands Action Plan for Safety (MAP4S) will be the first safety plan for the Hackensack Meadowlands District (District), which comprises portions of 14 municipalities within Hudson and Bergen counties in Northern New Jersey. MAP4S will develop a comprehensive Safety Plan for the District to provide safe streets for all users of transportation systems in an equitable form by compiling crash data, assessing crashes’ contributing circumstances, delineating crashes’ causalities, and recommending proven, innovative, and high-impact/low-cost safety projects for each municipality within the District. As NJSEA has a statutory obligation to mitigate adverse impacts of new development projects throughout the District by identifying transportation needs and developing a series of recommended District transportation improvement projects, the Authority is leveraging this opportunity to thoroughly analyze the impacts of land use development on safety and identify current and future safety needs in the District, particularly those related to the impacts of heavy truck traffic on vulnerable users of the system in underserved communities. With the recent exponential growth in ecommerce and the number of warehouses within the District, the need for safe multimodal connectivity and accessibility has been emphasized by District stakeholders. The District’s higher crash fatality rate than the State’s fatality rate is a testament to this need. By compiling input from public and private stakeholders, the MAP4S will provide a robust plan for District municipalities to understand their safety needs, and prioritize proposed safety projects for implementation to promote and establish the zero-fatality initiative in their towns.