February 2018

Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws

 



The annual Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws is a report from Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety that serves as a guide to successful measures to reduce roadway deaths, injuries and associated costs.

This year's Roadmap focuses on proven technological and legislative solutions, identifies the best and worst states for traffic safety laws, and provides an overview of 16 essential traffic safety laws.

View the full report.

View the State Performance of Best and Worst.





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Full Implementation of Multiple Stress Creep Recovery (MSCR) in the Northeast

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Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws

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Benton County, Oregon, Seeks Civil Engineer

Lincoln County, South Dakota, Seeks Highway Superintendent

Washington State Association of County Engineers Seeks Managing Director

County Engineer Opening in Meeker County, Minnesota

Engineering Associate / Engineering Analyst Position in Lane County, Oregon