State Selected CMF Lists

Several states have developed their own internal state CMF lists. Generally, the states compiled these lists so that there would be consistency in CMF use across their state. These CMFs were identified from the CMF Clearinghouse as well as other resources. The information below may be helpful for other states who are considering developing their own state CMF list.

Ensuring Consistency in Decision Making: Why and How Your State Should Develop a State CMF List
This two-page flyer summarizes the benefits of developing a state CMF list and some of the potential questions to consider.

Links to State CMF Lists
The table below provides links to lists of state selected CMFs. These lists represent the CMFs that are being used in the respective state. Generally, the states compiled these lists so that there would be consistency in CMF use across their state. These CMFs were identified from the CMF Clearinghouse as well as other resources.

State

Contact

Colorado CMF List

David Swenka
david.swenka@state.co.us

New York CMF List

Rob Limoges
Robert.Limoges@dot.ny.gov

North Carolina CMF List

 

Oregon CMF List

Zahidul Siddique
Zahidul.Q.SIDDIQUE
@odot.state.or.us

Pennsylvania CMF List

 

Texas CMF List

Darren McDaniel
Darren.McDaniel@txdot.gov

Utah CMF List

Scott Jones
wsjones@utah.gov

Wisconsin CMF List

 

 


The information contained in the Crash Modification Factors (CMF) Clearinghouse is disseminated under the sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Transportation in the interest of information exchange. The U.S. Government assumes no liability for the use of the information contained in the CMF Clearinghouse. The information contained in the CMF Clearinghouse does not constitute a standard, specification, or regulation, nor is it a substitute for sound engineering judgment.