In 2018, the state implemented Vision Zero and the goal is to have no fatalities or serious injuries on any North Dakota road.
Since 2012, crash fatalities have decreased nearly thirty-four percent.
In order to be successful, the safety division director says it’s important to hear the public’s ideas.
“We’re doing that through developing this plan which involves broad stakeholder input to give us ideas as to what the publics feels would be beneficial to drive us toward that goal,” said Karin Mongeon, DOT Safety Division Director.
The DOT is hosting workshops across the state to discuss how to reach zero fatalities and injuries.
There is a meeting in Bismarck tomorrow and then workshops will be in Williston and Dickinson.