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Highway Safety Planning Community Engagement Opportunity

The Bureau of Highway Safety (MeBHS) is inviting our traffic safety partners to participate in discussing opportunities to contribute to our state Highway Safety Plan, with a focus on engaging with our underrepresented and underserved communities.  Reestablishing or making new connections with community-based organizations will ultimately improve safety on our streets, through the coordination, communication, and involvement needed for law enforcement, public information, and education, as well as stakeholder recruitment efforts,

that will be included in our Highway Safety Plan.

 

Contact us to further discuss your ideas for implementing solutions in your community. 

Projects may be no-cost, low-cost or grant-funded, if applicable.

 

2022 National Child Passenger Safety Certification Trainings

Mark your calenders as we have a couple of Child Passenger Safety Certification Trainings

coming up in May, June, July, and September!

 

Driving Dynamics Update:

Due to COVID-19, the classes listed are subject to cancellation.

This decision is made by each individual school district, not the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety.

 

Maine Traffic Laws for New Drivers Video

 

The Maine Liaison - March 2022