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GHSA maintains data on state laws surrounding a number of highway safety issues. Below is information regarding laws in the state of California. For more information, consult the State Highway Safety Office.

Director of Member Engagement and Communications

Summary

The Director of Member Engagement and Communications will grow awareness about TSR and our members. This will help advance our work and recruit and retain member companies. This means recognizing TSR’s members and partners and promoting our collective work. The director will also work to engage TSR members and work with other TSR staff to encourage member participation in our work.

Children of Caltrans help create ‘Be Work Zone Alert’ highway safety campaign

California has launched a new campaign featuring highway workers' children to remind drivers to move over in work zones. California Office of Traffic Safety Director Rhonda Craft emphasizes the need to slow down and be cautious.

Children of Caltrans help create ‘Be Work Zone Alert’ highway safety campaign

June 23, 2019

CHP to Reinforce Safe Driving Practices During Countywide Campaign

To mark the beginning of Distracted Driving Awareness Month, the Riverside County California Highway Patrol is running a high visibility enforcement effort. California Office of Traffic Safety Director and GHSA Vice Chair Rhonda Craft discusses the campaign's importance.

CHP to Reinforce Safe Driving Practices During Countywide Campaign

April 3, 2019

Is the American Autobahn next? How states are pushing highway speeds past the limit

A recent proposal in California would establish a speed limit-free autobahn on a stretch of road. GHSA Executive Director Jonathan Adkins speaks to the dangers of increasing – or eliminating – speed limits.

Is the American Autobahn next? How states are pushing highway speeds past the limit

Story by Chris Woodyard
February 22, 2019

These California drivers are still on cell phones, despite state’s get-tough law

Distracted driving continues to pose a significant threat on our roads, even though many drivers recognize the risks. California Office of Traffic Safety Director and GHSA Board Member Rhonda Craft addresses the need for a change in public perception.

These California drivers are still on cell phones, despite state’s get-tough law

Story by Tony Bizjak
January 28, 2019

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