The Vermont Highway Safety Alliance

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This year to date in Vermont, there have been 78 major road crashes resulting in 88 suspected serious injuries and 23 fatalities.

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VHSA Project Dashboard

Check out the status of some projects we’re working on to make and keep Vermont highways safe for everyone.

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The Crash Trailer is a portable demonstration of the potentially catastrophic human consequences of unsafe driving decisions. It displays a crashed car, motorcycle, and bicycle, assembled on a trailer with messaging and interactivity. The presentation will become a centerpiece of a collaborative initiative to promote and provide cost-free educational safety programming to Vermont high schools […]

Intended for audiences of all ages and interests, this animated video explains the purpose and structure of the VHSA in about 2-1/2 minutes, and encourages viewers to join the VHSA, and take the Vermont Road User Pledge.

One Highway Crash

A Driver Safety Fair can bring many of Vermont’s safety-minded organizations together at a Vermont high school to create an event that’s rich with information and experiences that help young drivers make better decisions behind the wheel. The VHSA created a safety fair resource — a contact list of free presentations, workshops, displays, simulators, and […]

VHSA News & Articles

Check out and share relevant highway safety information, and what our members are thinking and doing

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WCAX – Operation Safety Corridor

WCAX – Operation Safety Corridor  

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Operation Safety Corridor 2018

Together with Vermont State Police, Department of Motor Vehicles Enforcement, local law enforcement, municipal partners, and the Vermont Highway Safety Alliance, VTrans has identified four corridors where data indicates that a combination of high traffic volume, high speeds and a high rate of crashes demands an increased level of enforcement. These areas, called “Safety Corridors” will see an […]

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Buckle up: It could cost you this summer on Vermont and New York roadways

http://www.mychamplainvalley.com/news/buckle-up-it-could-cost-you-this-summer-on-vermont-and-new-york-roadways/1191142186  

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