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Here, you'll find out about risk prevention on the Internet and around town and learn how to communicate important safety concepts to employees, students, family members, and others.
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Where and Who We Are The Office of Highway Safety is located in Boise, Idaho at the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) headquarters complex.
The continuation and expansion of state and local partnerships is essential to our success.
The primary mission is to identify existing and emerging traffic safety trends through statistically-based problem identification efforts, to efficiently provide decision makers accurate data for use in determining where the most effective highway safety investment is made.
In our highway safety partnerships, we respond, cooperate, and provide accurate and timely service.
We are a leader in a coordinated statewide effort to eliminate death and serious injury on all of Idaho’s roadways. High-risk drivers climb into the anonymity of an automobile and take out their frustrations on anybody at any time.