Mark your calendars to join us in person or online for the 2024 Road to Zero annual meeting. This year’s convening will be held on Monday, May 13, in Washington, D.C. Don’t miss your chance to connect with your fellow Coalition members, get updates from our working groups and learn about our plans for the rest of 2024. The event is free and open to all, look for registration details soon.
Coinciding with our 2024 annual meeting, there’s still time to RSVP for our Capitol Hill Roadway Safety Advocacy Days. This is an excellent opportunity to share your story with federal policymakers to help them understand the importance of prioritizing road safety policies and accountability to save lives. RSVP here to attend, alongside Coalition members and partners from NSC, Families for Safe Streets and Stop Distractions.
The fiscal year 2024 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for Safe Streets and Roads for All grants is open. These grants have multiple deadlines, depending on the grant type:
Learn more about these grants and get your applications in now!
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration invites states, territories and tribes to apply for millions in grants to upgrade and standardize state crash data systems to enable full electronic data transfer to NHTSA. The program will also enable intrastate data sharing and improve the accuracy, timeliness and accessibility of fatality data, including data about pedestrians, cyclists and other vulnerable road users. The agency will set aside up to $350 million for the grants, which are open to all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the Secretary of the Interior, acting on behalf of an Indian tribe.
Applications are now open through Responsibility.org and GHSA for state highway safety offices to support innovative activities to bolster their abilities to deter and detect impaired drivers. All applications must explain how the proposed projects will result in measurable social impact and how that impact will be assessed over the short, medium and long term. Examples of impact goals and metrics are included in the application, due March 15, 2024. Send questions to Olivia Greer at [email protected] for additional details.