- Federal Highway Administration Safety Program Contains
information for professionals, community leaders, and road users.
Also has an updated Featured Items list.
Highway Administration - Safety Office (Rumble Strips) FHWA's
Safety rumble strip website.
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Provides
information on vehicle and traffic safety.
- National Transportation Safety Board Offers
transportation safety information on aviation, highway, marine, railroad,
and pipeline and hazardous materials transportion.
Foundation for Traffic Safety. A not-for-profit,
publicly-supported charitable educational and research organization
dDedicated to saving lives and reducing injuries by preventing traffic
Older Driver Initiative. Links to programs and publications
associated with improving infrastructure to accommodate older drivers.
Traffic Safety Services Association (ATTSA)
- An international trade association in
its third decade of representing providers, manufacturers, consultants
and public agency personnel involved in the temporary traffic control
industry (including signage, pavement marking and guardrail).
Institute for Highway Safety - Independent,
nonprofit, scientific and educational organization supported by the
insurance industry; site has a broad range of vehicle-related traffic
Strives to increase public awareness about the danger at places where
the roadway crosses train tracks and on railroad rights-of-way. The
program seeks to improve driver and pedestrian behavior at highway-rail
intersections by encouraging compliance with traffic laws relating
to crossing signs and signals.
Department of Transportation Bureau of Traffic Safety. Link
to KDOT's Bureau of Traffic Safety information page.
Procedures for State Highway Safety Programs Published
on July 28, 1999 this final rule announces the amendments to the regulation
establishing uniform procedures for State and highway safety programs.