Governor's Traffic Safety Committee

The GTSC Partners' Page

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A forum for traffic safety professionals to share
information and services.

Partners for Safety
GTSC's Chair's Awards
Services For Our Partners
Services Offered By Our Partners
Links To Our Partners

Services For Our Partners

Services By Our Partners

GTSC Member Agencies

The Governor's Traffic Safety Committee coordinates the State's Highway Safety Program in conjunction with twelve other state agencies. (You may find out more about the Committee and its Staff in the GTSC Overview.)

Links to Member Agencies:

Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
Division of State Police (DSP) external link
Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) external link
Department of Health (DOH) external link
State Education Department (SED) external link
Department of Transportation (DOT) external link
Department of State (DOS) external link
Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) external link
Department of Financial Services external link
NYS Thruway Authority external link
State Liquor Authority (SLA) external link

Traffic Safety Partners

GTSC has many other partners in the traffic safety community, including Traffic Safety Boards, STOP-DWI coordinators, local governments and not-for-profit organizations.

New York State STOP-DWI Association, Inc. external link

Association of New York State Metropolitan Planning Organizations
A coalition of the thirteen MPOs in New York State, which have committed to work together toward common goals like planning and research initiatives can help our organizations provide high quality transportation planning expertise to the public throughout the State.
Home Page link external link
Working Groups page link external link

Partners For Safety

The GTSC started the Partners for Safety awards program in 1996 to recognize voluntary contributions made by corporations, companies and organizations outside of government in the effort to prevent highway crashes and injuries, promote traffic safety, and make New York State a safer place to live.

GTSC recently presented the annual Partners for Safety awards. Please read about the program and our partners who have been honored since the program began.

Partners For Safety Nomination Process:

The Governor's Traffic Safety Committee accepts nominations for its prestigious "Partners for Safety Awards," from October to December. The awards are to recognize the special contributions that our private sector partners have made to traffic safety.

New York State has an admirable highway safety record achieved through the concerted and cooperative efforts of many organizations in both the public and private sectors of our Empire State.

Please submit your written nominations to the Governor's Traffic Safety Award Committee by December 31. The nomination form (MS Word®) can be completed on your word processor and printed. Each nomination should include a detailed explanation of why the organization should be recognized. Please include your nominee's mailing address and phone number. You may submit as many nominees as you wish.

If you have any questions, please call your highway safety program representative at the Governor's Traffic Safety Committee at (518) 474-5111.

Governor's Traffic Safety Committee Chair's Awards

The Governor's Traffic Safety Committee Chair's Awards were presented for the first time at the October 2000 Highway Safety Symposium. Generally, two Chair's Awards will be presented at the annual New York State Highway Safety Symposium: one for individuals and a second for organizations. To be considered, an individual or organization will have made efficient use of public resources and will have produced programs that are innovative, superior and highly successful in promoting Traffic Safety. State agencies are not eligible for this award. Recipients must be grantees of the Governor's Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC).

Nominations for Chair's Awards are due in mid-September. The nomination form and further information will be available prior to that time.