Arrive Alive

2018 BluePrint Conference

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Buckle Up Phone Down

Take the Buckle Up Phone Down Pledge

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Commercial Motor Vehicle Awareness

July 15 - Sept. 30

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Motorcycle Awareness

Watch for Motorcycles

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Work Zone Awareness Week

April 9-13, 2018

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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

Aug. 17 - Sept. 3, 2018

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Child Passenger Safety Week

Sept. 23-29, 2018

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The HOUR Project

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It Only Takes One

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SaferRide

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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 – A Partnership Toward Zero Deaths serves as a guide to reach the coalition’s continued goal of reducing traffic crashes to 700 or less by 2020. Zero fatalities is our ultimate goal – how can we accept anything else… ZERO.

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2018 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 of09/17/2018
Fatalities on Missouri Roadways651
Not wearing seatbelts61%

News

Child Passenger Safety - Safety Counts

JEFFERSON CITY – Do you know if your child is in the right safety seat? While they may be old enough, they…

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Statewide Highway Safety Award Winners Announced

JEFFERSON CITY – Five highway safety statewide award winners and 14 regional award winners were given recognition at the 2018 Highway…

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FREE Car Seat Check

Is your child's car seat safe? Three out of four are not installed properly. Let our certified child passenger safety technicians…

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Missouri High Schools Challenged to Drive Safely and Buckle Up!

JEFFERSON CITY – Calling all Missouri high schools to compete in the 2018 “It Only Takes One” campaign for an opportunity to win prizes…

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