The NDSC is proud to partner with NDDOT on their Vision Zero initiative. Please help us promote traffic safety by sharing the marketing materials below within your organization, in your community or with your friends and family. The materials can be used for your social media channels, newsletters, display tables or walls, public address announcements, public speaking opportunities, or anything else that promotes traffic safety.
North Dakota sisters of the country music-duo Tigirlily have teamed up with the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) Safety Division to encourage drivers to always drive sober during Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over until Jan. 31.
ND Sober Ride, a Vision Zero program to remove impaired drivers from North Dakota roads, will offer discounted Lyft rides just in time for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. Codes will be available from Dec. 20 to Jan. 2, 2022, or while codes last.
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This year, North Dakota will host its first WDoR for Road Traffic Victims on Friday, November 19, 2021, at the North Dakota Capitol Mall. This will be hosted by The North Dakota Department of Transportation Safety Division through Vision Zero.
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