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Distracted Driving Footage
Washington Traffic Safety Commission distracted driving footage.
What’s Your Goal?
The term “Target Zero” means something to those who are dedicated to working for safer roads. But if the citizenry doesn’t know about the goal or about their role in achieving zero traffic deaths or serious injuries, how can it be accomplished? Washington State’s “What’s Your Goal” video was created to acquaint Washingtonians with Target […]
30-second television ad produced by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission. Ad shows a series of road signs which are designed to warn drivers of the dangers of speeding.
Traffic Safety Successes on the Colville Reservation
Approximately fifty percent of the Confederated Colville Tribes’ membership live on or adjacent to the reservation. Concerted efforts in education, enforcement, engineering and emergency medical services have helped integrate traffic safety into Tribal culture. Numerous potential deaths and serious injuries have been averted.
Seat Belts & Occupant Protection
Television ad produced by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission showing the importance of always wearing a seat belt. The real-life consequences of a collision are explained through the eyes of a crash investigator.
Educational video produced by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission. Provides important information to teen drivers and their parents/guardians about Washington’s Intermediate Driver License (IDL) requirements.
Carrie's Story - A Consequence of Distracted Driving
Carrie is a well-loved and respected teacher, community leader, and family member. In September, 2010, she was texting and driving when she hit her neighbor and severely injured him, changing both of their lives forever.
2013 Target Zero Partners Meeting Highlights
March 8, 2013
2014 Target Zero Awards
The 2014 Target Zero Awards took place on April 16, 2014 and honored groups and individuals who have gone above and beyond to promote traffic safety in Washington State.
2014 PTA Child Passenger Safety
Many top notch, dedicated parents think that they’ve done their job when they get their child to simply buckle his seat belt, but until a child is 4’9” tall, the seat belt doesn’t fit correctly and a child could be ejected from the vehicle in a collision or suffer severe internal injuries or a broken […]
Protecting Our Future
Cradleboards - A Tradition of Safety and Security