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September 18-24, 2016

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Our Mission

The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety is a partnership of safety advocates who have banded together to attack the problem of traffic crashes and deaths. Missouri’s Blueprint to SAVE MORE LIVES serves as a guide to reach the coalition’s goal of reducing traffic fatalities to 700 or less by 2016. Missouri has met its goal of 850 or fewer fatalities by 2012 - two years early! More people arrived alive on Missouri roads in 2010, the fifth year in a row with a reduction in roadway fatalities.

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2016 Missouri Traffic Statistics

It's a sad statistic to share, but our intent is to bring awareness and promote seat belt usage - it's your best defense in any traffic crash.

As of9/26/2016
Fatalities on Missouri Roadways657
Not wearing seatbelts59%


First Impact Seeking Law Enforcement Facilitators: Training Scheduled for September 22

First Impact is looking for dedicated law enforcement facilitators in and around the Hannibal area to help educate parents of…

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Safety Interests Encouraged to Attend Conference Registration, accommodations may be covered

For more information, contact Marisa Christy-Kerns, at 660-385-8257


August 04, 2016


The Northeast Coalition for Roadway Safety is inviting law enforcement, EMS personnel, school…

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Southeast DWI Taskforce

DWI checkpoints are an effective measure in both the apprehension of impaired drivers and word-of-mouth deterrence. Agencies interested in making…

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Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety Receives National Award

JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety (MCRS) was recently notified that they are a recipient of the American…

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