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Highway Safety Offices

Pennsylvania Bureau of Highway Safety & Traffic Engineering

Pennsylvania Bureau of Highway Safety & Traffic Engineering Through Drive Safe PA, PennDOT aims to make sure that all motorists in Pennsylvania are safe drivers. With nearly 1,500 people losing their lives in traffic crashes in Pennsylvania each year, Drive Safe PA encourages motorists to avoid life-threatening behaviors such as not wearing a seat belt, driving impaired and driving aggressively. Each of you can make a...

Oregon Transportation Safety Division

Oregon Transportation Safety Division The division provides information, direct services, grants and contracts to the public and to partner agencies and organizations. More than half the funding comes from federal funds earmarked for safety programs. The division administers more than 550 grants and contracts each year to deliver safety programs to Oregon citizens.

Oklahoma Highway Safety Office

Oklahoma Highway Safety Office The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (OHSO) was established in 1967 by the Oklahoma Legislature, as a direct result of the National Highway Safety Act of 1966, to combat an alarming increase in the number and severity of traffic crashes and fatalities. The OHSO is under the umbrella of the Department of Public Safety. The OHSO works closely with local governmental...

Ohio Traffic Safety Office

Ohio Traffic Safety Office The Governor's Highway Safety Office is now known as the Ohio Traffic Safety Office (OTSO). With some realignment and the addition of the Traffic Statistics section (formerly Data Services), the new name more closely represents the office. The office will now consist of Motorcycle Ohio, Driver Training, Office Administration, Federal Programs and Traffic Statistics....

Northern Mariana Islands Office of Highway Safety

The Members of the CNMI Department of Public Safety are dedicated to providing the highest quality public safety service in order to enhance community safety, protect life and property, and reduce crime and the fear of crime. To do this, we pledge to develop a partnership with the community, lead a community commitment to resolve problems, and improve the safety and...

North Dakota Traffic Safety Office

North Dakota Traffic Safety Office Providing a transportation system that safely moves people and goods. History: 2004 Finalized the Highway Performance Classification System, which was endorsed by the North Dakota Legislature during the 2005 session. The state tourist map is updated with a larger size, larger city insets, a new format and color scheme and higher quality paper. 2005 Four Bears Bridge...

North Carolina Governor's Highway Safety Program

NCDOT strives to provide a safe and well-maintained transportation system that meets the needs of the traveling public and supports the development of sustainable, vibrant communities. The department is committed to planning, designing, constructing, maintaining and managing an interconnected transportation system while striving to preserve and enhance our natural...

New York Governor's Traffic Safety Committee

New York Governor's Traffic Safety Committee Governor's Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC) awards Federal highway safety grant funds to local, state and not-for-profit agencies for projects to improve highway safety and reduce deaths and serious injuries due to crashes. The New York State Governor's Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC) coordinates traffic safety activities in the state. Through this website, the GTSC...

New Mexico Traffic Safety Bureau

New Mexico Traffic Safety Bureau The New Mexico Department of Transportation is an international leader. We are inventors and providers of a transportation system that serves everyone. Guiding Principles and Goals Our Guiding Principles integrate and advance the business practices of the New Mexico Department of Transportation. These principles support the direction of Governor Bill Richardson, and...

New Hampshire Highway Safety Agency

New Hampshire Highway Safety Agency The Highway Safety Agency is the agency responsible under the executive direction of the governor to develop and implement a statewide program designed to reduce traffic crashes and the resulting deaths, injuries and property damage. RSA 238: Provides that the Highway Safety Agency is "the agency responsible under the executive direction of the governor to develop...

New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety

New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety The mission of the Division of Highway Traffic Safety is to reduce fatalities, injuries and property damage on the roads of New Jersey resulting from traffic crashes. To achieve its mission, the Division undertakes traffic safety programs relating to Education, Enforcement, and Engineering. The bulk of the Division's funding comes from the Federal Government, through...

Nevada Office of Traffic Safety

Nevada Office of Traffic Safety The Nevada Office of Traffic Safety, a Division of the Department of Public Safety (DPS), is the federally recognized highway safety office in the state of Nevada. The Director of DPS serves as the Governor's Highway Safety Representative. Vision Nevada highways will be noted as among the safest in the Nation when comparing its fatalities and injuries per vehicular...

Nebraska Office of Highway Safety

Nebraska Office of Highway Safety The Nebraska Office of Highway Safety (NOHS) is a division within the Nebraska Department of Roads, and is responsible for developing and implementing effective strategies to reduce the state’s traffic-related injury and fatality rates. These strategies may take the form of stand-alone projects, activities and/or more comprehensive long-term programs. Both...

Missouri Highway Safety Division

Missouri Highway Safety Division Safety is MoDOT’s first priority. Although most people think of work zones when they think of safety, this section covers much more than that. Information on traffic volumes, bicycle and pedestrian information, motor carrier issues, accident statistics and even legislative topics can be found here.

Mississippi Governor's Office of Highway Safety

Mississippi Governor's Office of Highway Safety The Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol, formed in 1938, is charged with the responsibility of enforcing traffic laws on state and federal highways. Mississippi's state troopers must be prepared to assist local law enforcement agencies and to respond to statewide emergencies at the request of the governor. The officers of the patrol exemplify the agency's motto of...