State Highway Safety Office Resources
GHSA provides a variety of resources to help State Highway Safety Offices (SHSOs) move closer to our shared goal of zero deaths. These include management tools, planning tools, organizational information about all SHSOs, and examples of state program successes and innovative practices.
State Highway Safety Showcase
Unendorsed Rider Motorcycle Safety Initiative
Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning
The Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning (OHSP) determined that the “unendorsed” operator was far over-represented in motorcycle crashes.
The OHSP, with the support of several state motorcyclist safety partners, coordinated an initiative to contact every known unendorsed operator of a registered motorcycle in Michigan with a strategically planned message.
The effort is having a positive effect on reducing the number of unendorsed motorcyclists involved in a crash or fatality in Michigan. Learn More
Maintenance of Effort (MOE) Advisory
This document [191 KB, 6 pgs.] provides advice regarding the annual calculation of maintenance of effort (MOE) required of the states to qualify for three of the Section 405 grant programs. The Advisory is based upon the official NHTSA Guidance and includes examples from three states.
Each state is responsible for calculating their MOE in a manner which they believe meets the statutory requirement using their best available information.
Annual Report GuidanceUpdated October 31, 2014
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This guidance document is intended to assist SHSOs in developing their Annual Reports (ARs). The new reporting requirements provided by MAP-21 are mandatory for the FY 2014 AR. The October 31, 2014, update contains minor revisions – see yellow highlights: removal of transitional year information, refreshed links, note on State Annual Reports for examples, and, addition of the bicyclist fatality performance measure for the FY 2015 AR.
CAVEAT: This Guidance is not a substitute for a thorough and complete understanding of the applicable Federal laws and regulations.