Executive Order 2004-18 (Amending and Superseding Executive Orders 2001-09 and 2001-13) THE GOVERNOR'S TRAFFIC SAFETY ADVISORY COUNCIL WHEREAS, traffic and motor vehicle crashes cause numerous personal injuries and fatalities, as well as extensive economic costs; and WHEREAS, improving traffic safety must involve the "4 Es": engineering; enforcement; education; and emergency response; and WHEREAS, the public is highly interested in highway and traffic safety issues and in the need to develop more effective strategies to reduce the number of lives lost, the human suffering, and the economic costs associated with motor vehicle crashes in Arizona; NOW THEREFORE, I, Janet Napolitano, Governor of the State of Arizona, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Arizona Constitution and the laws of the State, do hereby amend and continue the Governor's Traffic Safety Advisory Council (the "Council") and amend the Executive Orders relating to it as follows: 1. The Council shall consist of the following members who shall be appointed by, and serve at the pleasure of, the Governor: (a) The directors of the Governor's Office of Highway Safety ("GOHS"), the Arizona Department of Transportation ("ADOT"), and the Department of Public Safety ("DPS") shall serve as co-chairs for the Council. These directors may establish committees to deal with specific traffic safety issues and they may designate staff within their respective agencies to assist with or serve on the committees. The Council shall include one representative from each of the following organizations or governmental entities: ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? AAA of Arizona Arizona Driver and Safety Education Association Arizona County Sheriff's Association Arizona Police Chiefs Association Arizona Safe Kids Coalition Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona (ITCA) National Safety Council Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona Two regional planning agencies
In addition, the Council may, at the discretion of the Governor, include the division administrators from the Federal Highway Administration, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Chairs of the Transportation Committees of the Arizona State House of Representatives and the Arizona State Senate may be invited to participate and speak to the Council as invited by the Co-Chairs.
2. Members of the Council may send alternates to represent them at Advisory Council meetings. 3. The Council shall have an executive committee made up of the directors of the Governor's Office of Highway Safety (GOHS), the Department of Transportation (ADOT), and the Department of Public Safety (DPS). In addition, the division administrators of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) may, at the discretion of the Governor, serve on the executive committee. 4. The executive committee shall make initial recommendations to the Council for the Council's approval on the following topics: (a) Developing strategies for improving traffic safety on our federal, state, county and local roads through better engineering, enforcement, education, and emergency response. Identifying "best practices" for improving traffic safety, including but not limited to, programs or laws that have been proven effective to reduce the incidents of red light running and impaired driving and increase the use of occupant safety belt and child restraints. Recommending specific traffic safety legislation for possible consideration by the Arizona Legislature. Reviewing and recommending specific educational materials that could be incorporated into existing or new driver training and high school driver education classes or courses. Analyzing current state and federal laws and programs governing motor carrier safety and recommend any changes that would enhance the effectiveness of these laws or programs. Establishing a matrix of indicators that objectively measure and report our state's progress in reducing serious injuries and fatalities due to vehicular crashes on state and local roads.
5. The Council shall submit its recommendations to the Governor, the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives by December 31 of each year. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Arizona.
DONE at the Capitol in Phoenix on this ___ day of August in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Four and of the independence of the United States of America the Two Hundred and Twenty-Ninth. ATTEST:
SECRETARY OF STATE
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