GHSA and ride-hailing company Uber collaborate on "Make It Click," a seat belt awareness campaign encouraging backseat belt use. The campaign, launched in 2018, is rooted in data finding that backseat passengers are three times more likely to be killed in a crash if unbuckled, and that in 2016, more than half of backseat passengers fatally-injured in a crash would likely have survived had they buckled up.
GHSA's partnership with other organizations provide resources for states to create safer roadways.
GHSA and Lyft partner to encourage the use of ride hailing services as a safe alternative to traveling impaired, helping states get drunk and drug-impaired drivers off the road and ensure everyone gets to their destination safely.
The National Law Enforcement Liaison Program (NLELP) was created by NHTSA and GHSA to enhance the work of LELs across the country.
GHSA has teamed up with The National Road Safety Foundation, Inc. (NRSF) to provide grants for SHSOs to implement drowsy driving prevention programs.
GHSA works with the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (Responsibility.org) to combat the growing issue of drugged driving.
Launched in 2010, AT&T’s It Can Wait campaign shares a simple message: distracted driving is never OK.
Ford Driving Skills for Life (Ford DSFL) teaches teens the skills they need to be safe on the roads. The program features a website, hands-on driving events, and other materials.