Wyoming Department of Transportation

Highway Safety



Matt Carlson, Program Manager
5300 Bishop Blvd.
Cheyenne, WY 82009-3340
(307) 777-4450 

James Stout
Highway Safety Data
Program Supervisor
(307) 777-4197

Jennifer Goodrich
Motorcycle Safety
Program Coordinator
(307) 777-4874

Kennth Ledet
Highway Safety Behavioral
Grants Manager
(307) 777-4200

WYDOT is dedicated to promoting safe use of all Wyoming roads with the continuing goal of reducing fatalities, injuries and property damage crashes by means of the "Three Es" - engineering, education and enforcement - along with the promotion of various training programs.

The Highway Safety Program maintains Wyoming's crash reporting database and compiles and analyzes safety-related statistics. Also available is information about motorcycle operator training opportunities. The Owner/Operator Crash Form is no longer required to be sent to the Highway Safety office, but is available and can be used by individuals, counties, municipalities for insurance or personal records.

Ultimately, individual driver awareness is the key to preventing crashes. Drivers and passengers alike should always remember to buckle up, observe posted speed limits and other traffic laws, and never drive when impaired by drugs, alcohol or fatigue.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration  also provides vital information on national highway safety statistics and other helpful information.

Wyoming Road Report - for ROAD CONDITIONS

Dial  511 or Toll free 1-888-996-7623 or 307-772-0824


Standards and Procedures for Establishing Speed Limits on Wyoming Unpaved Roads.

Crash Statistics

Grant Information

Safety News

Motorcycle Safety



Safety Management System (SMS)

Related Links

FHWA - Wyoming Division

Highway Safety partners

Laramie County DUI       NHTSA


Laramie County Victim Impact Panel       National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Safe Kids

    Safe Kids Wyoming

          Drive Safe Wyoming

                                                 Drive Safe Wyoming


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