Nevada Advisory Committee on Traffic Safety

The role of the Nevada Advisory Committee on Traffic Safety (NVACTS) is to provide guidance, approval, and consensus on the Highway Safety Plan, among the many local, state, and federal agencies with a stake in traffic safety.  NVACTS establishes policies and procedures, reviews progress, provides advice, support and assistance on specific strategies, addresses challenges, and removes barriers as appropriate. 

Agencies

Member Agencies

  • Nevada Department of Transportation
  • Nevada Department of Public Safety
    • Office of Traffic Safety
    • Nevada Highway Patrol
  • Nevada Department of Education
  • Nevada Department of Health and Human Services
  • Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles
  • Nevada Association of Counties
  • Nevada League of Cities
  • Nevada Sheriffs’ and Chiefs’ Association
  • Nevada State Assembly Committee on Growth and Infrastructure
  • Nevada State Senate Committee on Growth and Infrastructure
  • Administrative Office of the Courts
  • Inter-Tribal Council of Nevada
  • Carson Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
  • Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County
  • Tahoe Regional Planning Agency
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas Transportation Research Center
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine
Leaders

Chair
Andrew Bennett, Nevada Association of Counties/Clark County Office of Traffic Safety 

Vice Chair
Sean Sever, Department of Motor Vehicles

Events

NVACTS meets quarterly on the 1st Thursday of the months of March, June, September, and December.

June 9, 2022 – Q2 Meeting

September 8, 2022 – Q3 Meeting (date tentative)

December 8, 2022 – Q4 Meeting (date tentative)

Resources
DocumentsDownloadDate
NVACTS Quarterly Meeting minutes (with attachments)PDF04/14/2022
NVACTS Meeting - 4/14/2022Video04/2022
NVACTS Quarterly Meeting Minutes (with attachments)PDF02/2022
NVACTS Quarterly Meeting AgendaPDF02/2022
NVACTS Quarterly Meeting BinderPDF02/2022
NVACTS Information GuidePDF07/2021