Vermont Governor's Highway Safety Program

Announcement — April 6, 2015

The Vermont Governor's Highway Safety has moved to the Agency of Transportation and is
located under the Highway Safety Office!


As GHSP completes the transition, below is information on how to process payments for Contracts, Grant Payments and General Invoices:

Contracts:  Reporting through Performance period date April 4, 2015 for work (not invoice date)  contractors are to send  invoices to DPS and anything from April 5, 2015 work performance date are to be invoiced to AOT.

Grant Payments: Any FY15 Financials/Progress Reports as of April 5, 2015 needs to be sent to AOT regardless of when the performance occurred.

General Invoices:  Please Note: invoices going to DPS via mail/email – will be reviewed and if the performance period is before April 5, 2015 DPS will process payment.

What We Do:

Vermont Governor's Highway Safety Program (GHSP) awards federal highway safety grant funds to local, state and not-for-profit agencies for projects to improve highway safety and reduce deaths and serious injuries due to crashes. The staff of the GHSP manage the state highway safety program by reviewing and monitoring grant programs, coordinating special programs such as the Child Passenger Safety or the Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) police officer programs, and by providing guidance and oversight to state and local agencies.

The GHSP also works closely within a network of state and local agencies, non-profit organizations and private-sector partners to deliver quality traffic safety projects, services, and information across the state.

Materials and application for Education Webinar

16-Education Application with Guidelines

Education Grants Presentation 2016 nonprofits and locals

Education Grants Presentation 2016 state agencies

Logic Model Worksheet

LogicModelEssex County Sheriff

Materials and application from LE Webinar

Counter measures

Example of a great application

2016 LE Grant Application REVISED 3/27/2015

PowerPoint GHSP LE Grants 2016

In The News

The Drugged Driving Summit - Agenda with PowerPoint Presentations

Click the YouTube link below to hear Speeches: