Grant Application (Letter of Intent)
The grant application is the request for federal traffic safety project funds managed by the Highway Safety Program. The grant application is required by March 16th from each interested traffic safety partner for consideration in the next federal fiscal year beginning Oct. 1.
Grant Contract Management Manual
The Grant Management Manual contains official policy and procedures required of, and established by, the Highway Safety Program and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). It has been developed to assist state and local agencies in the administration of highway safety projects. Instructions for preparing highway safety project applications and forms are also provided.
Highway Safety Plan
The Wyoming Department of Transportation's Highway Safety Grant Program’s goal is to reduce traffic crashes, deaths, injuries and the associated economic losses in Wyoming through the coordinated efforts of state, local agencies and other safety partners. The Highway Safety Program provides project funding to help achieve stated program goals and objectives which address identified highway safety problems. Priorities of safety effort and location are based on projects with the greatest likelihood to impact crash and injury reduction.
The "Wyoming Problem Identification and Performance Measures":
Beginning FY2014, Problem Identification and Performance Measures are incorporated into the Highway Safety Plan.
The Annual Report summarizes the Highway Safety Plan activities and monies spent during that fiscal year.
The annual Seat Belt Observational Survey provides statistically reliable observational data on seat belt use in Wyoming.
The annual Attitude and Awareness Survey is to assess many aspects of licensed Wyoming driver attitudes, opinions, knowledge and behaviors.
Governors Council on Impaired Driving