Welcome to the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety

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 Strategic Highway Safety Plan, Show-Me Zero, 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. 

Show-Me Zero: Driving Missouri Toward Safer Roads

The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety is pleased to promote Missouri's new strategic highway safety plan, Show-Me Zero. Learn more about the plan and how you can help make Missouri roadways safer for everyone. Get involved today!

March Impaired Driving Campaign, March 13-20, 2021

Bad decisions are everywhere.  If you're planning a special celebration for St. Patrick's Day, think first about a safe and sober drive home.  Use a taxi, Lyft, Uber or a sober driver to get you home at the end of your celebration.  Law enforcement will be out in full force during the campaign cracking down on impaired drivers.  Don't let bad decis...


Check for your vehicle on the safety recall list. NHTSA issues vehicle safety standards and requires manufacturers to recall vehicles and equipment's that have safety-related defects.

Teen Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign, March 15-31, 2021

Missouri Coalition For Roadway Safety News

  • Missouri Traffic Fatalities Increase 12%


    JEFFERSON CITY – Preliminary reporting for 2020 indicates Missouri traffic fatalities increased by 12% compared to the previous year. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 989 lives were lost in Missouri traffic crashes in 2020, up from 881...

  • Drinking OR Driving: Plan Ahead for Super Bowl Weekend


    JEFFERSON CITY – For the second consecutive year, Missouri’s very own Kansas City Chiefs are Tampa bound for Super Bowl LV.

    On Super Bowl Sunday, February 7, there will be a lot of game day socializing that may include drinking. That’s why the...

2019 Missouri Crash Statistics
Not Wearing Seat Belt
As of 12/31/2019
*Seat belt stat includes only occupants of vehicles with seat belts
2020 Missouri Crash Statistics
Not Wearing Seat Belt
As of 12/31/2020
*Seat belt stat includes only occupants of vehicles with seat belts
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