Kentucky Office of Highway Safety
Mission:  The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety program (KOHS) originated in January 1997 as a statewide effort by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to reduce the high crash, injury, and fatality rates by using the 4 E’s of highway safety:  Education, Engineering, Enforcement, and Emergency Response.
Give us a call, if you have any questions about the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety program or would like to plan a presentation/event in any of the following counties:  Allen, Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Logan, Metcalfe, Monroe, Simpson, Todd, and Warren.


Click on one of the images below for more information on Kentucky Office of Highway Safety programs or click HERE to see a complete list of programs.

3D SimulatorCar SeatCrash DummiesDistracted DrivingGhost Out
Judgement DayMature DriversMock CrashPortable Speed Radar TrailersRollover Simulator
Sweet 16Buckle Up SignFree Check-Up EventsBuckle That Child Hotline (1-888-235-8KID)Fatal Vision Goggles