NASHVILLE, TN– The Governor’s Highway Safety Office in partnership with the Tennessee Tech University College of Business, Business Media Center launched its new website today. The greatly enhanced website will be the communication hub for news and information relating to Tennessee highway safety.
“Our website will be the identity of the Governor’s Highway Safety Office,” Kendell Poole, Director said. “The site will be easily accessible to our law enforcement safety partners and the public, and offer an abundance of information and statistics on highway safety.”
The new website will increase awareness of the traffic safety initiatives and innovative programs that GHSO is providing across the state. It is also designed to engage the public on highway safety issues that affect every Tennessean.
Dr. Kevin Liska, Director of the Business Media Center at TTU, and his innovative team have been working on the creation of the website for several months. “We are excited about implementing systems that reach the thousands of Tennessee public safety stakeholders committed to the GHSO vision of helping all arrive safely at their destination, making Tennessee highways safer every day,” Liska said.
The website will be the catalyst for law enforcement training offered through GHSO. It will provide the interface for law enforcement agencies to report data on National Highway Traffic Safety Administration campaigns they are conducting in their communities. The website will serve as a resource for any individual to find a traffic safety expert in their area.
The website will also display GHSO grantees and the work they are doing across the state to implement positive change in their communities.
“We will continue to do our part to keep the people of this great state safe when traveling on our highways,” Poole said. “Our goal is to make sure you and your loved ones arrive safely at your destinations. We will make every effort to ensure driver safety.”
Please visit the new website at www.tntrafficsafety.org for your traffic safety needs.