Welcome to the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety


Don’t listen to your Bad Decisions this Super Bowl Sunday. Wise up – never drink and drive. Call a friend, Uber or Lyft for a safe and sober ride home from your Super Bowl Party. Your life and the lives of others depends on it. Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.

Buckle Up Phone Down

Reported crashes involving cell phones in Missouri rose 11 percent in 2017. When a driver is texting and driving they are 23 times more likely to be in a critical incident. (source: VA Tech)

Change Your Speed. Change The Ending

According to NHTSA, a crash on a road with a speed limit of 65 mph or greater is more than twice as likely to result in a fatality than a crash on a road with a speed limit of 45 or 50 mph and nearly five times as likely as a crash on a road with a speed limit of 40 mph or below.

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Our Mission

The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety is a partnership of safety advocates throughout the state who have come together for a common purpose:  to end traffic fatalities and serious injuries on public roadways. Missouri’s Blueprint – A Partnership Toward Zero Deaths outlines the state's plan for achieving success by implementing strategies most effective at mitigating the behaviors and issues most commonly associated with fatal and serious injury crashes in Missouri. Zero fatalities is our goal. Anything else is simply unacceptable. 

Download Missouri's Blueprint

Missouri Coalition For Roadway News

  • Missouri Traffic Fatalities Drop Five Percent


    JEFFERSON CITY – Preliminary reporting for 2019 indicates Missouri traffic fatalities have dropped for the third year in a row. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 876 lives were lost in Missouri traffic crashes in 2019 down from 921 in...

  • Call the RIght Play: Plan Ahead for Super Bowl Weekend


    JEFFERSON CITY – For the first time in 50 years, Missouri’s very own Kansas City Chiefs are Miami bound for Super Bowl LIV. As you cheer on your home team next weekend, the only crash you should hope to hear is the crunch of football players...

2019 Missouri Traffic Statistics

It's a sad statistic to share, but our intent is to bring awareness and promote seat belt usage - it's your best defense in any traffic crash.

Fatalities on Missouri Roadways
Not Wearing Seatbelt
As of 12/31/2019