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GHSA Publications

GHSA produces a variety of printed publications for its members, highway safety partners and the general public. Most are available online in PDF format. Some member-specific publications can be found in the Resources section of the site.

Publications include periodic Spotlight on Highway Safety reports and various resources for State Highway Safety Office (SHSO).

Recent Publications

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Highlights of Association Activity
July 2015

GHSA's latest report covers Association accomplishments for its Fiscal Year 2015: July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2015.

It presents high-level data for the Fiscal Year and focuses on GHSA's work in the following areas: advancing traffic safety issues; collaborating with Congress and federal agencies; and expanding and delivering member support services. Learn More

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Motorcyclist Traffic Fatalities by State: 2014 Preliminary Data
May 2015

This sixth annual motorcyclist fatality report provides a preview of the prior year's data, using information from GHSA member states. After adjusting for expected undercounting, GHSA projects that motorcylist fatalities fell for the second year in a row, at a rate of about 2 percent.

The report also examines changes in motorcyclist crash patterns and fatalities over the past decades and three-year state trends. Learn More

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Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State, 2014 Preliminary Data
February 2015

This report looks provides a first look at 2014 pedestrian fatality numbers, based on preliminary data provided by states. It projects that the number of pedestrians killed in motor vehicle crashes was essentially unchanged between 2013 and 2014.

The publication also looks at charaterstics of pedestrian fatalities, including which gender and age tend to be affected, how often alcohol is a factor and more. Learn More