How many deaths occur on Arkansas roadways each year?

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July 4th Arkansas Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Enforcement

(LITTLE ROCK) – As Arkansans prepare for the approaching July 4thIndependence Day holiday weekend, many families will include plans to travel across the state for cookouts and the customary summer festivities. However, experience and records tell us, some drivers and their passengers won’t make it to their destinations or return home. Drunk or impaired driving will be to blame. Read More »

June is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month in Arkansas

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National Child Heatstroke Prevention campaign starts July 1, 2020

National Child Heatstroke Prevention campaign starts July 1, 2020 Where's BabyHeatstroke is one of the leading causes of vehicular not-in-traffic non-crash-related deaths for children under 14. In fact, each year, an average of 39 children have died from heatstroke since 1998. Read More »

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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.