State Highway Safety Showcase
The GHSA State Highway Safety Showcase provides an opportunity for State Highway Safety Offices (SHSOs) to share their program successes and innovative practices. SHSOs may wish to consider replicating some of these activities in their own states.
To submit a showcase for your state, just complete the online submission form.
"What's Your Goal?" Video
Washington Traffic Safety Commission
Washington State’s traffic safety community established their Target Zero goal thirteen years ago. The plan has become a living, breathing document used by behavioral change and emergency medical professionals, engineers, law enforcement, and many other community partners. The term "Target Zero" means something to these people who are so dedicated to working for safer roads. But if the citizenry doesn't know about the goal or about their role in achieving zero traffic deaths or serious injuries, how can it be accomplished? Learn More
GHSA Highway Safety Awards
For more examples of highway safety achievements – by states as well as other organizations and individuals – visit the GHSA Highway Safety Awards section of our website.
The nomination deadline was for the 2013 Highway Safety Awards was May 10. The awards will be presented during GHSA's 2013 Annual Meeting in San Diego.