Transportation and safety partners across the state cooperatively developed strategies to cut traffic deaths and injuries in the critical emphasis areas in half by 2030. With the Governor and the Nevada State Transportation Board’s endorsement, transportation, law enforcement, medical, and safety stakeholders across the state are following the road to Zero Fatalities to reduce traffic injuries and save lives.

Academy of Human Development
AARP – Driver Safety
Administrative Office of the Courts
American Automobile Association
American Traffic Safety Services Association
Cambridge Systematics
City of Henderson
City of Henderson Fire Department
City of Las Vegas
City of North Las Vegas Police
City of Reno
City of Reno Police & Fire Department
City of Sparks Public Works Department
Clark County Fire
Clark County Injury Prevention
Clark County Public Works
Clark County Safe Community
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration
Frontier Community Coalition
Henderson Police Department
Indian Health Services
Kiwanis Club of Sparks
Las Vegas Metro Police Department
Nevada Association of Counties
Nevada Dept. of Education
Nevada Dept. of Health and Human Services
Nevada Dept. of Motor Vehicles
Nevada Dept. of Public Safety
Nevada Dept. of Transportation
Nevada Highway Patrol
Nevada League of Cities
Nevada Office of Emergency Medical Services
Nevada Office of Traffic Safety
Nevada Sheriff & Chief Association
Nevada State Health Division
NHTSA, Region 8
North Las Vegas Fire Department
Penna Powers
Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County
Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
Safe Communities Partnership
University Medical Center
Washoe County Sheriff ‘s Department