This Labor Day holiday season, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) is calling for a National Enforcement Mobilization to reduce impaired driving with their “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. Continue reading “Labor Day: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over”
On Thursday, June 20th, people from across Clark County gathered at the Richard Tam Alumni Center on the campus of UNLV. They came together to learn more about potential solutions to the traffic safety problems we face in our community.
Attendees spent their morning poring over crash aftermath data presented by experts from Las Vegas Metro and Nevada Department of Public Safety. The results of the presentations left little doubt that we have critical problems with those traveling on foot, those who speed, and those who make bad decisions. Continue reading “Community Invited to Transportation Safety Forum”
The 80th session of the Nevada Legislature saw several changes to Nevada traffic safety laws. Please see information below on two new laws. Continue reading “New Traffic Safety Laws”
The winning art for the Save A Life, Win A MacBook 2019 contest was unveiled at the RTC of Southern Nevada (RTCSN) Mobility Training Center. The top two winning bus posters will remain on display at the training center’s entrance at 5165 W. Sunset Road in Enterprise, NV, along with locations throughout town. Continue reading “Annual Art Contest Winners Announced”
It always seems like school starts earlier every year, but this year in Clark County—for the second year in a row—it really does! With classes beginning August 12th, it is the earliest start to the school year ever. Considering the heat, this year we are squeezing a week of safety events into one morning, held inside (with air conditioning) at the Boulevard Mall. The Mall is located at 3528 South Maryland Parkway in Las Vegas, NV. Continue reading “Event Highlights How to Be Safer Traveling to School”