Partner Resources

Resources for Safety Advocates: Educators, local health departments, law enforcement, and other safety-based organizations
  • Materials designed to help you promote teen driving safety in your communities
  • The 2018 Colorado Motor Vehicle Problem ID Dashboard through CDOT (past Problem ID Reports can be viewed here)
  • 2017, Ninth Edition National Highway Transportation Safety Administration’s Countermeasures That Work
    • This guide is a basic reference to assist State Highway Safety Offices (SHSOs) in selecting effective, evidence-based countermeasures for traffic safety problem areas which include: Alcohol- and Drug-Impaired Driving; Seat Belts and Child Restraints; Speeding and Speed Management; Distracted and Drowsy Driving; Motorcycle Safety; Young Drivers; Older Drivers; Pedestrian Safety; and Bicycle Safety
  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Peer-To-Peer Teen Traffic Safety Guide
    • This guide examines the importance and benefit of investing in peer-to-peer teen traffic safety programs as part of a broader strategic initiative. It identifies the essential elements of a peer-to-peer program determined through research and discussion with an expert panel and others working with teens or in the teen driving and/or traffic safety arenas, and outlines why each is important
  • CDC's What Works: Strategies to Reduce or Prevent Drunk Driving

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