Projects

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


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 experiential demonstrations by VHSA members — so Vermont’s high schools can independently build a campus safety event that fits their needs.

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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.

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One Highway Crash

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 and communities.

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