GHSA 2019 Annual Meeting

Registration | Agenda | Sponsorship

2019 Annual Meeting

Imagine the Future: Advancing Traffic Safety through Technology and Innovation

Anaheim Marriott (Reserve Now!)
Anaheim, CA
August 24-28, 2019

2019 Annual Meeting Teaser
2019 Annual Meeting Teaser

The traffic safety landscape is rapidly evolving, presenting both challenges and opportunities to reach zero traffic deaths. General Sessions will consider how states and their partners can harness the potential of technological advancements and engage innovative strategies to reduce crash injuries and fatalities. Breakout workshops will examine hot topics in safety, including law enforcement engagement, alcohol- and drug-impaired driving, bicyclist and pedestrian safety, and autonomous vehicles. Attendees will come away with concrete ideas to implement in their own work.

Sponsorship Opportunities

General conference programming begins the evening of Sunday, August 25 following a meeting of GHSA's Executive Board on August 24. Learn more about the meeting in the Latest Updates section of this page, and sign up for our Annual Meeting News List to stay in the know as more information becomes available.

California Office of Traffic Safety

CA OTSThanks to our host, the California Office of Traffic Safety, for helping to bring this year's Annual Meeting to the Golden State!



Who Should Attend?

  • State Highway Safety Office directors and staff
  • Federal highway safety professionals
  • Technology providers
  • Public health officials
  • Law enforcement professionals
  • Private sector highway safety partners
  • State Highway Safety Office subrecipients

Reserve Your Hotel Room

The meeting will take place in Anaheim, California at the Anaheim Marriott. GHSA has secured a block of rooms at the Marriott, for which the discounted room rate is $169/night plus tax, subject to availability. Book online now at

Hotel room rates and services are subject to applicable state and local fees and taxes, currently 15% Occupancy Tax, 2% Anaheim Tourism Improvement District Assessment, and California State Tourism Fee of $0.94 and $0.14 Tax per room night. These fees and taxes are subject to change without prior notice.