2022 Toward Zero Deaths Conference

October 12–13, 2022

St. Cloud, MN
United States

About the Conference

This conference provides a forum for sharing information on best practices in engineering, enforcement, education, and emergency medical/health services and for identifying new approaches to reducing the number of traffic fatalities and life-changing injuries on Minnesota roads.

We're looking forward to gathering with you in person this year, but we will also be offering online options for those unable to attend on-site. The conference general sessions and select concurrent sessions will be available for live virtual viewing during the event.

Full program information will be available in late August.


Conference registration will open the week of August 22, 2022.

Become a Sponsor or Exhibitor

Help support the hybrid 2022 conference by becoming a sponsor or exhibitor at the event. Learn more about available opportunities.


Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits, CPS Continuing Education Units (CEUs), EMS CEUs, POST credits, and Professional Development Hours (PDHs) will be available for conference attendance.


Rooms are available at several St. Cloud area hotels October 11 and 12, starting at rates of $96 plus tax per night. Conference attendees are responsible for making their own reservations. View the full list of hotels, rates, and reservation deadlines.


Conference parking is available in the River's Edge East Parking Ramp (located beneath the convention center), Grand Central Parking Ramp, and the River's Edge West Parking Ramp. Metered parking stalls are available in the Mississippi Parking Lot located south of the Convention Center. Learn more about parking rates, locations, and directions.

COVID-19 Protocols

Minnesota TZD is currently monitoring health and safety protocols as they are provided by the Minnesota Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. We will follow all protocols in place at the time of the event.

At this time, masks or proof of vaccination status are not required for in-person conference attendees. We will communicate any changes to this policy via email up until the day of the event.


The conference is offered by the Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths Program and the Minnesota Departments of Health, Public Safety, and Transportation, with funding from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It is hosted by the University of Minnesota's Center for Transportation Studies with support from Do Good Events.