Each year, in late summer, GHSA hosts an Annual Meeting and exhibition for its members and partners. Below is information on previous meetings, including full conference programs.
Anaheim, CA | Aug. 24-28
The traffic safety landscape is rapidly evolving, presenting both challenges and opportunities to reach zero traffic deaths. General Sessions considered how states and their partners can harness the potential of technological advancements and engage innovative strategies to reduce crash injuries and fatalities.
Atlanta, GA | Aug. 25-29
Achieving zero deaths on our roadways will require collaboration among a number of professional disciplines across the public and private sectors. The GHSA 2018 Annual Meeting addressed how states can work with the federal government, industry partners and others to advance traffic safety. Attendees also heard about advancements in autonomous vehicle technology and the impacts on safety.
Louisville, KY | Sept. 16–20
From a new Administration in Washington, D.C., to new technologies, to new behavioral challenges, we are truly entering a new era in traffic safety. The Governors Highway Safety Association's 2017 Annual Meeting explored these new challenges and opportunities and considered how the highway safety community can best respond to drive down crashes and fatalities.
Prior Annual Meetings
Seattle, WA | Aug. 27–31
Crossroads: The Intersection of Technology and Driver Behavior was the theme for the 2016 GHSA Annual Meeting. General Sessions addressed how technological innovations can impact the way we drive now and in the future.
2015: Drunk, Drugged & Distracted: Reaching High-Risk Drivers
Nashville, TN | Aug. 29–Sept. 2
Drunk, Drugged & Distracted: Reaching High-Risk Drivers was the theme for the 2015 GHSA Annual Meeting. General sessions addressed how to curb the most dangerous driver behaviors to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities on our nation’s roads.
2014: Mapping out the Future: Highway Safety after MAP-21
Grand Rapids, MI | Sept. 6–10
GHSA’s 2014 Annual Meeting explored highway safety after MAP-21, focusing on what the future holds — from Congressional legislation to technology to new approaches and programs.