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National Summit on Rural Road Safety

Posted: 6/20/2023

CONFERENCE: September 12, 2023 - September 14, 2023 , 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM PT [CLOSED]

The 2023 National Summit on Rural Road Safety is being held this September 12–14, 2023 in Oklahoma City, OK. The theme of this year's conference is “Resources for Rurals: Equipping you to save lives”. 

The goal of the summit is to provide rural transportation practitioners proven resources and noteworthy practices to make their roads safer. 

At this conference, you will get:

  • Sessions and trainings customized specifically for rural transportation practitioners

  • Ideas on how you can partner with law enforcement and public health professionals in your area to make roads safer

  • Networking with local and national rural professionals like you

  • Practical takeaways you can use right away

The summit is hosted by the National Center for Rural Road Safety (NCRRS) in partnership with the National Association of Development Organizations (NADO). Register now to secure your spot and take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn, network, and equip yourself with the resources needed to make a difference in rural road safety. 

Click here to find more information on registration, pricing, lodging, and more!


This Event is Closed

National Center for Rural Road Safety

The NCRRS is a premier center of excellence for training, resources, technical assistance, and education on rural road safety issues.

It provides coordinated, multidisciplinary, scalable, and accessible safety resources to rural communities to accelerate road safety improvements and save lives.

National Association of Development Organizations

NADO promotes regional development strategies, partnerships and initiatives that strengthen economic competitiveness.

Their emphasis on local communities includes sharing innovative tools and resources and developing new approaches and strategies for communities across the country.

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