The effort is called “Vision Zero.”
The goal: Zero highway fatalities in North Dakota.
Gov. Doug Burgum, along with the directors of the state Department of Transportation, the Highway Patrol and the Health Department, unveiled the program at a State Capitol event Thursday.
"The government is going to do what it can across our cabinet agencies, but this has to be a shift in culture," Burgum told reporters. "And it has to be personal resposibility."
Burgum says Vision Zero means zero fatalities.