2018 Southeast Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths Workshop

May 2, 2018

The 14th annual workshop was held May 2, 2018, at the International Event Center in Rochester, MN. The event helps facilitate the program's goal of creating a collaborative, comprehensive, and regional approach to reducing traffic deaths and severe injuries.

Workshop Presentations

Welcome & Regional Highlights

15 Years of Minnesota TZD: Major Accomplishments and What the Future Holds

Hey, That Road Isn’t Dangerous—Why Are You Spending Money There?

Regional TZD Crash Facts: 15 Years of D6 Engineering Accomplishments

Remembering Kaitlyn

Automated Buses Are Not Coming to Minnesota…They Are Already Here!

I Want to Drive Fast, Except in Front of My House—Then Everyone Should Slow Down

Seat Belt Challenge

Safe Roads

Kandiyohi County’s JOYRIDE Program

Dynamic Speed Limit Sign

Workshop Goals

  • Encourage traffic safety as a priority for policymakers
  • Provide a method to bring traffic safety programs into your community
  • Spread successes of the Southeast Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths program
  • Network with other traffic safety advocates

Who Should Attend

  • Community law enforcement
  • Engineers
  • Educators
  • Emergency medical services
  • Local policymakers
  • Traffic safety advocates

Workshop Sponsors

More Information

For questions about the workshop, please contact Jessica Schleck, Southeast TZD Regional Coordinator, at Jessica.Schleck@state.mn.us or 507-286-7602.