The DMV Highway Safety Office is offering these free trainings – sign up now!
The course description and registration information can be located on the DMVNow website or utilizing the following address:
Here are the FY18 Crash Investigation & Reconstruction Program courses currently scheduled:
Pedestrian/Bicycle Crash Investigation
August 6 - 10, 2018
Norfolk Police Department - Third Patrol Division
901 Ashbury Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23513
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2018 DMV Legislative Bulletin Available
This annual bulletin reviews legislative changes from the 2018 General Assembly Session that impact traffic laws and DMV licensing and registrations. DOWNLOAD BULLETIN
Governor's 2018 Transportation Safety Awards Announced
Groups and Citizens Recognized for Commitment to Saving Lives
VIRGINIA BEACH - Virginia's top transportation safety advocates were honored Wednesday, May 23 during a ceremony at Virginia's Highway Safety Summit in Virginia Beach. DMV Commissioner Richard D. Holcomb, the Governor's Highway Safety Representative, presented the 2018 Governor's Transportation Safety Awards.
The following individuals and organizations were honored for outstanding contributions to transportation safety... Read more
Governor Northam Recognizes Finalists in DMV's License Plate Contest
Blacksburg Student Announced as Grand-Prize Winner
RICHMOND – Governor Ralph Northam, Secretary of Transportation Shannon Valentine, the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and members of the General Assembly celebrated the eight finalists in DMV's Take Action Against Distraction License Plate Design Contest on Thursday, April 12 at the Capitol in Richmond.
Governor Northam announced Kaya Windpainter as the winner of the license plate design contest. Kaya received a $1,000 prize, courtesy of AAA. Her design concept will be available on license plates this summer. Read more
NEW RESOURCE PAGE: Suggested Strategies for Improving Campus Pedestrian Safety
Given the large amount of traffic running through and around Virginia's campuses, and the increased numbers of college students, faculty, and staff who are walking and bicycling for commuting, physical activity and recreation, pedestrian injuries remain a concern for campus law enforcement. This page provides resources to assist you in planning policies, educational and enforcement strategies.