GHSA Associate Members listed below are organizations or individuals who conduct research or consult on traffic safety issues. Learn more about GHSA’s Associate Membership program and how to apply here.
The Alabama Transportation Institute (ATI) serves as an independent resource that develop unbiased information for local, state and national leaders in developing transportation policy.
Cambridge Systematics' highly trained and experienced professionals, several of whom have led state highway safety offices, understand your needs and bring the resources to meet deadline-driven tasks.
Casanova Powell Consulting LLC (CPC) is an independent, woman-owned, traffic safety consulting firm.
Clemson University’s Institute for Global Road Safety and Security (IGRSS) was approved in 2002 as a new program for Clemson University by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education and is a niche area of Clemson University’s Automotive and Transportation Technology emphasis area.
Formerly a police chief and NHTSA Program Manager/Law Enforcement Liaison, Davis Ennis advocates for traffic safety issues as both a consultant and volunteer.
Highway Safety North consults on behavioral traffic safety research, programs, and management.
Iliago, LLC, led by recently retired New Mexico Secretary of Transportation and GHSA Board Member Michael Sandoval, provides transportation-related consulting services.
The Institute for Traffic Safety Management and Research (ITSMR) is an academic research center within New York's University at Albany.
Jennings Consulting, LLC is pleased to partner with highway safety advocates and organizations to create, evaluate and implement strategies that eliminate death and serious injury.
Kara Macek Consulting LLC provides programming, communications, marketing and event management services for vibrant, mission-driven organizations.
Founded in 1967, Kimley-Horn is a full-service engineering, planning and environmental consulting firm with over 3,500 employees located in 80+ offices nationwide.
KLS Engineering, LLC provides professional consulting services to federal agencies, state and local governments, and a host of other transportation organizations.
Mercer Consulting Group LLC offers an experienced team specializing in traffic safety programs.
NORC at the University of Chicago is a nonprofit research organization that delivers reliable data and rigorous analysis to guide critical programmatic, business and policy decisions.
North Dakota State University works with stakeholders to expand knowledge regarding programs and policies designed to promote safer rural transportation.
Preusser Research Group, Inc., (PRG) is a full-service research firm specializing in transportation, highway safety and issues related to drug and alcohol abuse.
Sam Schwartz's Washington, D.C., area office specializes in consulting services that address critical issues in the areas of traffic safety and operations.
Terry A. Pence is the retired director of the Texas Department of Transportation's Behavioral Traffic Safety Section. Terry has 40 years of highway safety program management experience and is a past recipient of GHSA’s Kathryn Swanson Public Service Award.
Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s Center for Transportation Safety was established by the Texas Legislature in 2001.
Thomas Gianni is the retired Director of Maryland's Highway Safety Office and doing contracting work for GHSA Consulting Services Initiative (CSI).
toXcel is a certified Small Business headquartered in Gainesville, Virginia, with staff located throughout the U.S., as well as in the United Kingdom and Canada. The firm was founded in 1999 to provide a full range of toxicological services to primarily private sector clients.
The Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) develops and shares the knowledge that saves.
Lee Axdahl applies his vast experience and leadership roles in national, regional, and statewide highway safety efforts through this consulting service.
Troy E. Costales is the retired Governor's Representative and Administrator of the Transportation Safety Division for Oregon. He worked for three different governors with over 34 years in the highway safety office.
Virginia Tech Transportation Institute is dedicated to advancing transportation through innovation. The institute partners with industry and government to idealize, develop, evaluate, and deploy advanced solutions.