HSP and Annual Reports
Under the authority and approval of Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) produces an annual Highway Safety Plan (HSP) as a state programmatic guide and an application for federal grant funding from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). This document is used for justifying, developing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating traffic safety activities for improvements in each federal fiscal year. National, state and county level crash fatality data and other information such as safety belt use rates are used to ensure that the planned projects focus on theareas of greatest need.
The Annual Report summarizes activities funded by GOHS in previous federal fiscal years. Under the umbrella of the GOHS mission, each section of the report includes the goals, problem identification, objectives and accomplishments. All GOHS programs are conducted within the context of the agency's mission.
HSP Files From Recent Years