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Buckle Up Phone Down

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July Impaired Driving Enforcement Campaign

June29 - July 4, 2018

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Motorcycle Awareness

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Work Zone Awareness Week

April 9-13, 2018

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Our Mission

The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety is a partnership of safety advocates who have banded together to attack the problem of traffic crashes and deaths. Missouri’s Blueprint – A Partnership Toward Zero Deaths serves as a guide to reach the coalition’s continued goal of reducing traffic crashes to 700 or less by 2020. Zero fatalities is our ultimate goal – how can we accept anything else… ZERO.

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2018 Missouri Traffic Statistics

It's a sad statistic to share, but our intent is to bring awareness and promote seat belt usage - it's your best defense in any traffic crash.

As of06/18/2018
Fatalities on Missouri Roadways378
Not wearing seatbelts58%

News

Don’t Miss What Matters

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Whether driving a vehicle, walking or biking, keep your head up and be alert – you don’t want to miss…

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State Partnerships Drive Progress for Secure Your Load Day

JEFFERSON CITY— This year’s road to the annual Secure Your Load Day on June 6 has been paved with success, thanks to…

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Chick-fil-A reminds customers to “Buckle Up/Phone Down”

JEFFERSON CITY—A local restaurant and the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety have teamed up to promote highway safety to central Missouri…

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One Moment Can Define Your Future

JEFFERSON CITY – Today’s teens and young adults are always looking at what their futures could hold.  They are the music makers and…

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