Author: Amanda Dixon

October 11, 2017

The following individuals successfully passed the certification exam: Dave Adamson Brent Ball Walker Bazemore Douglas Bivens Jeremy Boozer Matthew Brant Nick Cappelli Sergio Centeno Castillo Michael Cate Thomas Cimino Lorenzo Collick Gage Detrick Urie Kenneth Guttman Matthew Harnek William Henderson Patrick Hurley Aaron James O’Brien Kevin Jones Christopher Levi Lofland Gary Lilly Otto Saul Lopez Orontes Shane McGraw Ali Asghar Moini Mark Nelson Tadele Nure Maria Salmi Jason Savage Omar Serrno-Pineda Gerell Sharpe Joseph Shreves Wesley Small William Smith Jorge Torres Charles Turner Larry Williams,...

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October 4, 2017

The following individuals successfully passed the certification exam: Mohammed Al Atbi Brian Ball Darrin Boog Gregory Brackin Houston Denney Teshome Dime Olvin Omar Espinoza Ronald Hamilton Paul Harris Matthew Harris Brian Jenkins Michael Knott MarkLauman James Myers Robert Ott Teresa Page Andre Pixley Braulio Ramon Matthew Rayne Kenneth Robinson Robin Saucier William Smith Daniel Watkins, Jr. Ian...

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Maryland Agencies Awarded Traffic Safety Grants for Fiscal Year 2018

Hogan Administration Announces $11.7 Million in Highway Safety Grants State Pursuing Aggressive Plan to Reduce Roadway Fatalities and Injuries              GLEN BURNIE, MD (September 25, 2017) – As part of the Hogan administration’s efforts to prevent traffic crashes and save lives on Maryland roads, Governor Larry Hogan today announced $11.7 million in federal highway safety funds will be granted to approximately 90 agencies and organizations across the state with the goal of reducing crashes and related injuries and deaths. “The safety and security of Marylanders and visitors is our top priority, and our administration will continue to make investments to make our roadways safer,” said Governor Hogan. “These grants will be used to improve traffic safety and get dangerous, impaired, and distracted drivers off the road.” Each year, approximately 500 people are killed in traffic crashes in Maryland. In 2016, 522 family members and friends never made it home after getting into their vehicles. The funds granted by the Hogan Administration and distributed through the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration’s Highway Safety Office will help fund several traffic-safety efforts. Maryland’s five-year Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) guides the funding of traffic safety-related projects and will be used by state and local agencies and non-profit groups to address the strategies set forth in the plan for meeting the Toward Zero Deaths goal of cutting the number of deaths on...

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