Impaired driving continues to be a consistent problem in Nevada and is a common cause of motor vehicle crashes resulting in injuries or death. In 2017, there were 99 impaired driving fatalities. The Driving Under the Influence (DUI) coalition is comprised of community leaders in various industries with a shared goal of eliminating impairment-related fatalities …
Zero Fatalities Expands Partnership with Lyft
Spring in Northern Nevada means unpredictable weather and the beginning of road improvement season! Granite Construction crews are working around the clock to complete safety and mobility improvements by day on Second Street and at night on Kietzke Lane. NDOT, in cooperation with the City of Reno, is making big improvements to benefit pedestrians in the …
This year’s Safety Summit will be held October 15-17, 2019 at the Nugget Resort Casino in Sparks, Nevada. More information is forthcoming on the Safety Summit website.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine recently released research funded by the Office of Traffic Safety on seniors injured on Nevada roads and admitted to a Nevada trauma center.
Remember to “share the road” with motorcyclists during Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month this May—and throughout the year.
Three member agencies of the Nevada Executive Committee on Traffic Safety (NECTS) received new leadership earlier this year, when Governor Steve Sisolak announced the appointment of new directors of the Departments of Public Safety, Motor Vehicles, and Transportation.