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The Program’s overall performance target, as well as the mission of the Wyoming Highway Safety Behavioral Grants Program, is to reduce the State’s traffic crashes, fatalities, and injuries on the roads through leadership, innovation, facilitation, and program support in partnership with other public and private organizations.

The Wyoming Highway Safety Behavioral Grants Program strives to accomplish this mission by identifying traffic safety problems and then enabling state and community leaders to develop and conduct effective programs and activities to address them. Accomplishing this mission is dependent on developing and maintaining partnerships and working cooperatively with partners interested in achieving the same targets.


Highway Safety Plan

The Highway Safety Plan (HSP) is an application for federal funding to address behavioral traffic safety issues.

 

FY2014      FY2015      FY2016      FY2017      FY2018      FY2019      FY2020


Annual Report

The Annual Report summarizes the Highway Safety Plan activities and monies spent during that fiscal year.

 

FY2014        FY2015        FY2016        FY2017        FY2018


Seat Belt Observational Survey

The Seat Belt Observational Survey provides statistically reliable observational data on seat belt use in Wyoming.

 

2014        2015        2016        2017        2018


Wyoming Drivers Survey

The Wyoming Drivers Survey is used to assess many aspects of licensed Wyoming driver attitudes, opinions, knowledge, and behaviors.

 

2011        2013        2014        2016


Governors Council on Impaired Driving

The Governors Council on Impaired Driving follows a structured plan to reduce impaired driving and concentrates its efforts on implementing solutions that address the most pressing concerns facing Wyoming.

 

2010        2014        2017


Alcohol and Crime in Wyoming

The Alcohol and Crime in Wyoming report, published by the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police, provides results and analysis of substance-related data.

 

2014        2015        2016        2017        2018