All Hawaii’s road users arrive safely at their destinations.
Save lives and reduce injuries on Hawaii’s roadways through strategic partnerships and implementation of the SHSP.
Working together, we will reduce yearly fatalities from 100, to 80 or fewer by 2018, toward the ultimate goal of zero deaths.
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Big Island Trauma Centers Work Together Share Important Messages with their “100 Days of Summer” Traffic Safety Campaign. Kona Community Hospital, North Hawaii Community Hospital, and Hilo Medical Center wants you put away your distractions so you can enjoy your … Continue reading
Tis the season to think of family, friends, and tying one on for safety. Madd Hawaii has teamed up with talented students from Searider Productions in Waianae to remind us to grab a red ribbon and tie it on your … Continue reading
August is right around the corner. For many of us that signals, back to school. For traffic safety professionals, August is the beginning of Pedestrian Safety Month. KHON2 covers how enforcement is not only individuals for jaywalking and disobeying traffic … Continue reading
The start of 2016 has unfortunately proved itself to be consistent with previous years in the high volume of pedestrian fatalities. With a swath of prevention efforts from public education campaigns, public service announcements, and community stakeholder meetings, enforcement of … Continue reading
This recipe book is composed of non-alcoholic or mock cocktail (aka “mocktail”) recipes specially created by some of Hawaii’s top mixologists. We hope that you enjoy these non-alcoholic alternatives during your next celebration with family and friends. We would like … Continue reading
Two exciting things in traffic safety are happening this month. First, August is Pedestrian Safety Month, so as we are out doing our daily activities, errands, and recreation, let us remember to drive and walk distraction free and with attention … Continue reading
Aloha! Making Hawai`i’s roadways safer to ensure that all roadway users arrive at their destinations will be one of my administration’s top priorities. As we look at many of the motor vehicle, pedestrian, motorcycle and bicycle fatalities, it is with … Continue reading
As we approach summer time remember its time to check the graduation schedule, and remember to make sure everyone in your vehicle is wearing a seat belt. Hawaii’s Law changed in 2013 requiring the driver and every passenger, whether seated … Continue reading