The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety is a large group of safety advocates who banded together in 2004 to create Missouri's Blueprint for Safer Roadways. Organizations include law enforcement, educators, emergency responders, and engineers.
These organizations have launched statewide efforts to reduce fatalities, creating safer roads in Missouri.
In 2009, for the fourth year in a row, Missouri reduced highway fatalities to 878, almost 100 less than 2008.
The coalition is thrilled to have met that goal one year early! With the innovative efforts of law enforcement, education, engineering and emergency responders, more Missourians are arriving safely to their destinations, and fewer tragedies are occurring on Missouri roads.
The coalition continues to work toward the passage of a primary seat belt law in Missouri, which would save an additional 90 lives each year.
Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety
P.O. Box 270
Jefferson City, MO 65102
800-800-2358 / 573-751-4161