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The National Highway Institute also offers the following courses on Strategic Highway Safety Plans (SHSP) and Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) topics.

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dashboard graphic Roadway Safety Data Dashboard - The FHWA Office of Safety announces the launch of the “New and Improved” Roadway Safety Data Dashboard! The data dashboard has been completely redesigned to improve usability and expand the capabilities of the site. Since fatality data can be very complex, the dashboard allows users to convert data into graphical displays that make it easier to see trends and make comparisons between States, MPOs, and regions. Using data from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), users are able to generate charts and graphs to display the data elements that describe the crash, the vehicle and the people involved.

Some of the NEW features include:

  • Condensed workflow with a single step-by-step procedure and drop-down menus
  • New combinations of display and comparison options to include: types of collisions, persons involved, and location and setting
  • Create and view multiple graphs in a single dashboard
  • New display options to include line, spline, and area charts
  • Generate a web link to share your dashboard
  • View and export the underlying graph data into an Excel spreadsheet
  • Edit graph options to easily change criteria of type of graph

The Office of Safety will continue to make updates by adding new features and data to the data dashboard to ensure this tool is beneficial and valuable to our safety partners. We are also interested in getting your feedback, so please let us know (good or bad) what you think about the data dashboard, what data or features would you like to see added, and any issues you may have experienced when creating your dashboard. For more information, please contact Danielle Betkey at Danielle.Betkey@dot.gov.

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National Safety Observances

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) 2019 Designated Safety Weeks and Annual Conferences Calendar

Date Event Sponsor Web link
January 13-17 Transportation Research Board Conference (Washington, DC) Transportation Research Board www.trb.org
March 31-April 2 Lifesavers 2019 Conference (Louisville, KY) Multiple public and private organizations www.lifesaversconference.org
April 3-5 SAE Government/Industry Meeting (Washington, DC) Mercedes-Benz www.sae.org/servlets/index
April 8-12 National Work Zone Awareness Week Federal Highway Administration www.ops.fhwa.dot.gov/wz/outreach/wz_awareness.htm
April (Entire Month) National Distracted Driving Awareness Month NHTSA www.distraction.gov
April (Entire Month) Alcohol Awareness Month National Institutes of Health https://health.gov/news/blog/2019/04/toolkit-alcohol-awareness-month-4/
May (Entire Month) National Youth Traffic Safety Month National Organizations for Youth Safety www.noys.org
May (Entire Month) Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month NHTSA www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov
May (Entire Month) National Bicycle Safety Month NHTSA www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov/BicycleSafety
May 8 Bike to School Day National Center for Safe Routes to School www.walkbiketoschool.org
May 12-18 National Police Week The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund www.nleomf.com
May 20-June 2 Click It or Ticket Enforcement Mobilization NHTSA www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov
May 19-25 EMS Week American College of Emergency Physicians www.acep.org/emsweek
June 6 Secure Your Load Day Robin Abel www.secureyourload.com
June 17 Ride to Work Day NHTSA www.ridetoworkday.org
August 4-7 Int’l Forum on Traffic Records and Highway Safety Info. Sys. (Austin, TX) Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals www.atsip.org
August 10-12 Annual Training Conference on Drugs, Alcohol, and Impaired Driving (Anaheim, CA) IACP, NHTSA www.theIACP.org/DAIDConference
August 16-September 2 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Enforcement Mobilization NHTSA www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov
August 24-28 Governors Highway Safety Association Annual Meeting (Anaheim, CA) Governors Highway Safety Association www.ghsa.org/
September 15-21 Child Passenger Safety Week NHTSA www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov
September 21 National Seat Check Saturday NHTSA www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov
October 2 Walk to School Day National Center for Safe Routes to Schools www.walkbiketoschool.org
October 6-9 Int’l Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference & Expo (Orlando, FL) Multiple public and private organizations www.theiacp.org
October 20-26 National Teen Driver Safety Week CHOP and NHTSA www.teendriversource.org, www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov
October 21-25 National School Bus Safety Week National Association of Pupil Transportation www.napt.org
December (Entire Month) National Drunk & Drugged Driving Prevention Month (3D) Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) www.whitehouse.gov/ondcp
December 13-January 1, 2020 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Enforcement Mobilization NHTSA www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov

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