After an increase in roadway fatalities in 2016, Iowa is now seeing a significant decrease in fatalities this year. GHSA member Pat Hoye discusses what may be contributing to this drop.
November 24, 2017
Article by Pat Curtis
Though GHSA predicts 2016 saw an 11% increase in pedestrian fatalities nationwide, Iowa reported their pedestrian fatalities were at an all-time low last year. GHSA's Kara Macek and Patrick Hoye of Iowa's SHSO discuss pedestrian safety.
June 23, 2017
Article by Erin Murphy
In light of a recent bill proposing an increase in speed limits on Iowa's interstate highways, safety officials including GHSA member Pat Hoye of the Iowa Governor's Traffic Safety Bureau discuss the dangerous impact of increased speeds.
April 21, 2017
Article by Madison Arnold
Pat Hoye, Bureau Chief at the Iowa Governor's Traffic Safety Bureau, talks to Iowa Public Radio about the state legislature's consideration of a handheld device ban.
January 18, 2017
Article by Sarah Boden
No bicycle helmet laws.
Universal helmet law repealed 1976.
Checkpoints are not conducted. They are not permitted; a statute authorizing roadblock controls does not authorize sobriety checkpoints.