Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota
Sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety and the Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths Program. The conference brings together transportation safety stakeholders from Minnesota and beyond to share best practices in the areas of engineering, enforcement, education, and emergency services, and to chart the course for a future where traffic fatalities and life-changing injuries are rare events.
Sessions Include: Welcoming and opening remarks; Luncheon presentation: changing the traffic safety culture in Minnesota and the United States; Political dimensions of traffic safety; Safe intersections through technology; Panel discussion on aggressive enforcement; Communication with constituents; Change may be coming - administrative driver license sanctions review and how ignition interlock may be used; Forgiving roadways; Level trauma center case presentations - regions hospital; Teen driver panel; County and District road safety plans; DWI enforcement panel; Speed: a panel discussion; Booster sear, seat belt, and child seat laws for 2009; High visibility DWI enforcement; Best practices for low-cost safety improvements; Minnesota state trauma system - the TZD safety net; What's new with traffic safety in rural Minnesota; Child passenger safety: overview of sessions
Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths Program; Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Transportation and Health.
Center for Transportation Studies.
Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths: 2009.
Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota.
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