For release: February 17, 2010 For more information: Bernie Fette Office: 979-845-2623 / Cell: 979-777-7532 Garland’s teen drivers show significant safety improvements GARLAND – Safer driving habits for Garland teenagers have helped to sharply reduce fatal crashes in the community, according to a recent case study. Researchers from the Teens in the Driver Seat Center […]
Teens in the Driver Seat has won two Davey Awards for the Teens in the Driver Seat 2009 Television Campaign. The TDS public service announcement campaign won a gold statuette in the Activism category and a silver statuette in the Not-for-Profit category.
The Davey Awards honors the “Davids” of creativity, the smaller agencies, companies, or organizations with annual billings or revenues below certain levels.
More than 200 teens and safety professionals gathered on Saturday, November 14, at El Paso Community College for the second annual Teens in the Driver Seat (TDS) Summit. That’s 31 high schools, 15 cities, 4 states, and 2 countries that were represented by attendees at the Summit.
The Texas Transportation Institute’s Teens in the Driver Seat (TDS) program has been honored with one of the most distinguished national safety awards available: a Roadway Safety Award sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Roadway Safety Foundation (RSF).
The Teens in the Driver Seat (TDS) program is adding to its list of honors with the news that the program has earned a pair of Videographer Awards for television spots that are now airing across Texas.
For the first time ever, Teens in the Driver Seat is recognizing the amazing teacher sponsors who help support TDS programs, with the Teens in the Driver Seat Sponstar Awards.