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Vision Zero Partner Showcase

What is the Vision Zero Partner Showcase?

The Vision Zero Partner Showcase highlights North Dakota traffic safety efforts that members of the Vision Zero Partner Network have done to educate schools, employees or the public. If you are a Vision Zero Partner Network member and want to submit a traffic safety event, contact us

Hess Driver Safety Bulletin

As a partner of Vision Zero, Hess sends a Driver Safety Bulletin and weather/road reports to its employees weekly. The Driver Safety Bulletins cover a wide range of topics including information on emergency kits, vehicle technology and more.

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Impact Teen Drivers

The ND Association of Counties has teamed up with the "Impact Teen Drivers - What Do You Consider Lethal" Campaign with a free interactive program for students, teachers, and law enforcement. "Impact Teen Drivers" will help teens think about the deadly impact of distractions while driving.

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Blue Flint Ethanol/Midwest Ag Energy
Blue Flint Ethanol/Midwest Ag Energy coordinated a highway traffic safety event the first week of May 2016. In the beginning, this was intended to be a small traffic safety event, but it quickly snowballed with numerous traffic safety advocates wishing to participate. The event consisted of the following displays: ND Safety Council Train/Car crash; ND Highway Patrol Roll Over Simulator; Wells County Seat Belt Convincer; and the Deutscher Family Display.

All the displays were viewed by more than 800 employees, students, parents of students and the general public.

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Hope-Page FCCLA

Hope-Page Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) hosted a Vision Zero week at school during the week of October 29 – November 2, 2018. Events of the week included eighth graders traveling to the elementary school to teach the first-grade students about seat belt and traffic safety. The elementary students viewed a vehicle crash hologram board and signed promise cards to always wear their seat belts. North Dakota State Trooper Paul Sova spoke to grades 7-12 about traffic safety and shared stories about preventable vehicle crashes. Kelli Just with Impact Teen Drivers spoke about the hazards of distracted driving.

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Oakes High School
Local and state law enforcement agencies, in conjunction with the North Dakota Department of Transportation, teamed up with Oakes High School teens to bring awareness about their behaviors while driving and being a passenger. The day was a project-based learning event for the 7th-12th grade students of Oakes Public School. Throughout the day, the students participated in several activities that showed them the dangers of texting while driving, in addition to being impaired while driving. The event was held in October during National Teen Driver Safety Week, and it was also the week before Homecoming. It was a great time to educate students on how driving while distracted or impaired could severely impact their lives.