How many deaths occur on Arkansas roadways each year?

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Obey The Sign Or Pay The Fine

Arkansas law enforcement officers will be working overtime shifts and regular patrols committed to the assignment of making state highways and streets safer by stopping drivers who don’t obey the speed limit. The special enforcement operation will begin today (Monday, July 15th) and continue through Sunday, July 21st. Read More »


Celebrating the Fourth of July typically means travel plans for Arkansans and others who will be crisscrossing the state on every highway and many local streets. The holiday is also one of the deadliest because of drunk drivers who make the choice to get behind the wheel and drive. Beginning today (Friday, June 28th) law enforcement officers will devote additional time and resources patrolling to find and arrest drunk drivers. Their special assignments will continue through Sunday, July 7th. The added patrol work is one part of a statewideDrive Sober or Get Pulled Over operation designed to spread the lifesaving message that drunk driving is unacceptable, deadly, and illegal behavior. Read More »

2019 Click It or Ticket Press Event

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Arkansas' Toward Zero Deaths program is a statewide awareness campaign led by a multi-agency partnership and supported by funding from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration and the Federal Highway Administration. It is part of "Toward Zero Deaths: A National Strategy on Highway Safety," developed by a national coalition of traffic safety groups as a more organized and comprehensive way to address highway safety.