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Highway Safety Offices

Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is any kind of act that takes your attention away from the road. Distractions put everyone in danger – you, your passengers and other drivers. The most common distractions behind the wheel include: texting, cell phones, eating, talking wtih passangers and grooming, adjusting gps/radio or watching a video.

The Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR), BAR-2012 Emissions Inspection System (EIS), ARB and CAP

The Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) The Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) was created to spearhead regulation of the auto repair industry, and today BAR is considered to be the foremost auto repair regulatory agency in the nation, if not the world. BAR staff checks out every complaint, false and misleading statements, fraud, gross negligence, or other serious violations of the Automotive Repair Act and...

Wyoming Highway Safety Program

Wyoming Highway Safety Program WYDOT is dedicated to promoting safe use of all Wyoming roadways with the continuing goal of reducing fatalities, injuries and property damage crashes by means of the "Three Es" - engineering, education and enforcement - along with the promotion of various training programs. The Highway Safety Program maintains Wyoming's crash reporting database and compiles and...

Wisconsin Bureau of Transportation Safety

Wisconsin Bureau of Transportation Safety Welcome to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s (WisDOT's) Internet site. It’s designed to give you the information you want, when you want it, and allows you to do business right from the comfort of your home or office. I hope you enjoy learning more about us and perhaps consider joining the WisDOT team. Our employees work around the state to provide the...

West Virginia Governor's Highway Safety Program

West Virginia Governor's Highway Safety Program The West Virginia Department of Transportation (WVDOT) is comprised of more than 6,000 men and women who work in the Division of Highways; Division of Motor Vehicles; Division of Public Transit; the Public Port Authority; the Parkways, Economic Development and Tourism Authority (W.V. Turnpike); the State Rail Authority; and the Aeronautics Commission. WVDOT provides...

Washington Traffic Safety Commission

Washington Traffic Safety Commission The Washington Traffic Safety Commission was started in 1967 to promote traffic safety through educational campaigns, law enforcement support and roadway engineering solutions. The Commission is a small state agency with 19 employees and a yearly budget of $15 million. Most of the funding is provided by the United States Department of Transportation through the...

Virginia Highway Safety Office

Virginia Highway Safety Office Virginia's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) serves a customer base of approximately 5.6 million licensed drivers and ID card holders and 7 million registered vehicle owners. DMV has more daily face-to-face contact with Virginia's citizens than any other state agency. DMV also serves a wide array of businesses, including dealers, fuels tax customers, rental...

Virgin Islands Office of Highway Safety

Virgin Islands Office of Highway Safety As a result of the sweeping changes in the Revised Organic Act of 1954, the Governor of the Virgin Islands, within one year from date of approval of the Act, was required to ''reorganize and consolidate the existing executive departments, bureaus, independent boards, agencies, authorities, commissions, and other instrumentalities of the Government of the Virgin...

Vermont Governor's Highway Safety Program

Vermont Governor's Highway Safety Program The Governor’s Highway Safety Program facilitates and supports, with federal grants, a statewide network to promote safe driving behavior on the highways. Major program areas are occupant protection (safety belts, child passenger safety and motorcycle helmets), impaired driving, speed, motorcycle, pedestrian and bicycle safety.

Utah Highway Safety Office

Utah Highway Safety Office Our mission is to develop, promote and coordinate traffic safety initiatives designed to reduce traffic crashes, injuries and fatalities on Utah's roadways.

Texas Traffic Safety Section

Texas Traffic Safety Section Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is committed to making travel as safe as possible for motorists on our state roadways. Through community safety awareness campaigns, we strive to educate the public on what they can do to make travel safe for them and their families. TxDOT's workforce of more than 12,000 employees is made up of engineers, administrators,...

Tennessee Governor's Highway Safety Office

Tennessee Governor's Highway Safety Office The Governor's Highway Safety Office (GHSO) is Tennessee's advocate for highway safety. This office works with law enforcement, judicial personnel and community advocates to coordinate activities and initiatives relating to the human behavioral aspects of highway safety. The GHSO's mission is to develop, execute and evaluate programs to reduce the number of...

South Dakota Office of Highway Safety

South Dakota Office of Highway Safety The Office of Highway Safety administers the Federal Highway Safety Grant Program in South Dakota, enabling local/state agencies and non-profit organizations to develop and implement traffic safety programs designed to reduce the number of traffic crashes, injuries and fatalities occurring on South Dakota roadways. The purpose of the highway safety effort is to...

Rhode Island Office on Highway Safety

Rhode Island Office on Highway Safety The mission of the Rhode Island Department of Transportation is: To maintain and provide a safe, efficient, environmentally, aesthetically and culturally sensitive intermodal transportation network that offers a variety of convenient, cost-effective mobility opportunities for people and the movement of goods supporting economic development and improved quality of...

Puerto Rico Traffic Safety Commission

Puerto Rico Traffic Safety Commission The Commission for Traffic Safety (CST) was established under Law Number 33 of 25 May 1972, as amended. Decades ago, the fatalities on our roads exceeded the amount of 600 lives lost each year. In recent years we have seen a dramatic decline, dropping to about 400 deaths. This substantial reduction is the result of effective integration of our educational campaigns...