The Traffic Improvement Association of Michigan (TIA), Michigan State Police, and State Farm announced a statewide distracted driving education and enforcement initiative today.
If you are concerned about an aging loved one’s driving habits or what will happen when it’s time to give up the keys, finding help can be challenging.
TIA Executive Director Jim Santilli recognized NHTSA Regional Administrator Michael Witter for more than 36 years of service dedicated to saving lives, preventing injuries, and reducing traffic crashes. The recognition took place at the NHTSA Region V office in Illinois on November 18, 2014.
“Since its formation, TIA has become one of the leading traffic safety agencies in the country for collecting and analyzing traffic crash data.”
Alan Mulally, President and CEO
Ford Motor Company
In 2013, the Michigan Governor’s Traffic Safety Advisory Commission awarded TIA’s “Remembering Ally: Distracted Driving Awareness Campaign” with a 2012 Outstanding Traffic Safety Achievement Award. In 2008, the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government awarded TIA for “Top 50 Programs of the 2008 Innovations in American Government.”
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