Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles

Funding Organization

Awards Grant

  • A behavioral observation program to document close following: Developing and implementing a community intervention to reduce this risky behavior.
  • A behavioral program to reduce intersection- and pedestrian-related crashes.
  • A community assessment of drinking and driving predictors: Alcohol outlets and socioeconomic factors.
  • A community-based program to increase safety belt use.
  • A needs assessment for increasing pedestrian safety in Arlington County, Virginia: Exploring programs and feasibility of outcome studies.
  • Best practices in pedestrian safety: A review of crash data, programs, and knowledge of pedestrian rights and responsibilities.
  • Click It or Ticket targeting: Virginia statewide focus on high-risk areas.
  • Evaluating Virginia statewide traffic safety programs.
  • Increasing Pedestrian Safety in Northern Virginia: Enhancing and Evaluating Community-Based Strategies.
  • Increasing pedestrian safety in Arlington County, Virginia: Implementing and evaluating a program developed in 2001.
  • Occupant protection in Hampton Roads (Year 3).
  • Occupant protection in Hampton Roads: Increasing safety restraint use with community outreach and interventions.
  • Occupant protection in Hampton Roads: Reward-based initiatives and a nighttime safety belt use study.
  • Program evaluation for Virginia DMV initiatives.
  • Reducing close following behaviors through a community coalition approach: A ‘Survive the Drive’ program in Hampton Roads.
  • Reducing close following behaviors through the ‘Survive the Drive’ program in Hampton Roads.
  • Seat Belt Use Survey.
  • State 28+: Next steps for occupant protection program evaluation.
  • Testing a driver monitoring system to reduce speeding behavior of ADHD drivers.
  • The Virginia strategic plan for pedestrian safety: Completion of final steps to produce the Commonwealth plan.
  • The Virginia strategic plan for pedestrian safety: Preliminary research to develop benchmarks.
  • The ‘Intersection Connection’ program to reducing crashes: Public-education, engineering, and enforcement solutions.
  • The ‘Intersection Connection’ program: Reducing red-light running through community partnerships and outreach.
  • Virginia occupant protection survey 2009.