The U.S. Department of Transportation has a responsibility to make our roadways safer for everyone; they also recognize that they cannot do it alone. Learn about the latest call to action for local agencies around the country to implement the Safe System Approach!

On April 6, the New Jersey Local Technical Assistance Program (NJLTAP) took part in the state’s preeminent work zone safety awareness event. The conference brought together nearly 250 people from an assortment of disciplines- law enforcement, first responders, roadway construction, government agencies, and more.

The Training Resources Workgroup of the National LTAP Association developed Tailgate Safety Briefing Packages for agencies to use in periodic safety talks with their crews. Topics include cold-weather precautions and staying fit for snowfighting.

With new innovations in LED technology, great strides have been taken to equip police vehicles with efficient, brighter lighting to enhance the visibility of police cars and emergency vehicles when they are responding to a call, enforcing the law, or saving a life.

The Every Day Counts webinar series is a new library that allows you to learn more about EDC innovations on demand. Current topics available include stakeholder partnering, data-driven safety analysis, and collaborative hydraulics: advancing to the next generation of engineering.

The Connecticut Local Safety Data Integration Peer Exchange is designed to help state, tribal, and local agencies identify cost-effective ways to develop and use safety data systems on all public roads and is an opportunity for agencies to discuss data sharing systems and data governance.