Traffic Safety Programs
The purpose of this site is to promote sharing of resources among DUI Task Forces, Buckle Up Montana coalitions, and DUI Courts in Montana. Community coalition resources include a variety of educational materials such as public service announcements for radio and television, billboard artwork, posters, news releases, and opinion editorials. DUI court resources include participant handbooks, operational policies, forms, and more.
Please share your resources, and feel free to borrow ideas and materials from others!
For more information please contact:
Janet Kenny, Supervisor
State Highway Traffic Safety Section
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- Impaired Driving
- Occupant Protection
- Safe On All Roads (SOAR)
- Distracted Driving
- Traffic Enforcement
- Traffic Records
- Emergency Medical Services
- Young Drivers
- Motorcycle Safety
There were 190 fatalities in 2016. There have been 157 fatalities on Montana highways in 2017 compared to 162 fatalities for this same time in 2016.