The Governor's Highway Safety Program (GHSP), through funding from National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), is responsible for reducing injuries, deaths, and economic losses resulting from motor vehicle crashes, and its mission is to save lives, prevent injuries, and reduce traffic-related health care and other economic costs.
The Vermont citizens expect our state to protect their interest by
- Working toward greater traffic safety
- Ensuring that vehicles are as safe as possible
- Striving to keep unsafe drivers off the road
To reduce the threat of impaired drivers, promote the use of seat belts and child safety seats, provide consumer information on motor vehicle safety topics, and increase compliance with traffic laws, GHSP collaborates with law enforcement agencies and organizations to keep Vermont's streets and highways safer.
The law enforcement community is a key partner to GHSP and NHTSA. Therefore, NHTSA designated the Traffic Law Enforcement Division to anticipate and respond to the needs of law enforcement and to develop innovative products for law enforcement's use in reducing traffic crashes, injuries, and deaths.
For general criteria for allowable costs, please see the Highway Safety Grant Management Manual.
- Part I. Basic Funding Guidance
- Part II. Allowable Costs Under Specific Conditions for Selected Items
- Part III. Unallowable Costs for Selected Items.
For applications and overview information, go to the Grant Guidance section of this website.
- Sign Up for a Grant Workshop (required for applicants)
For More Information Contact
Program Coordinator – Law Enforcement Grants