Displaying items by tag: Governor's Highway Safety Program

RALEIGH — Every day, North Carolina law enforcement officers and other first responders take to the streets to keep people safe. And every day, they put their lives at risk to do so. One of the most dangerous parts of a first responder’s job is stepping out on the side of the road, whether it is for a traffic stop, to assist a motorist, or to investigate a crash.

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RALEIGH — On the eve of St. Patrick’s Day, state officials are reminding people to never drink and drive. 

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RALEIGH — North Carolina communities interested in participating in the 2022 "Watch for Me NC" safety program may now submit applications to the Governor’s Highway Safety Program.  

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RALEIGH – Throughout this year, the N.C. Department of Transportation has acknowledged the efforts of the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles’ License and Theft Bureau, but on Sept. 18, NCDOT wants to recognize all law enforcement for National Thank a Police Officer Day.

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ROCKINGHAM — Police Chief Billy Kelly was presented with a plaque during Tuesday’s City Council meeting for his department’s completion of a Public Safety Risk Management Review.

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RALEIGH — As the busy summer traveling season nears, state transportation officials are reminding people to wear their seat belts to reduce the risk of being seriously injured or killed.

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CHERRY POINT — The N.C. Governor’s Highway Safety Program has a new weapon in its arsenal in the war against impaired driving during the Independence Day holiday – window chalk.

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GARNER — The Governor’s Highway Safety Program is now accepting grant applications for eligible projects that would advance traffic safety in North Carolina.

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DURHAM — While the end of the year brings about the merriment of the holiday season, it also brings out impaired drivers.

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RALEIGH — The "Tree of Life" is on display in downtown Raleigh at the State Capitol grounds (Wilmington Street side) in memory of 1,445 individuals who died in a crash on North Carolina roadways over the 2018 calendar year.

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