The Week in Review

AAMVA News – March 11, 2019

Vilfredo’s Harvest

Analyzing patterns of behavior to identify and solve issues

Suspension Status

Rethinking the approach to license suspensions as behavior incentives

Q&A with Heidi King

NHTSA Deputy Administrator discusses the importance of openness and collaboration

Suspended Future

Linking non-highway safety offenses to license suspension burdens government agencies and, in particular, young drivers

Drivers of Success

Women leaders in transportation and their varied paths to chief executive positions

License Suspension and Revocation

Highlights from the latest jurisdiction survey data

Real ID Advice

How have you communicated about Real ID implementation to the public in your jurisdiction?

Flexible by Design

Business Information Systems develops a unique digital ecosystem for Tennessee

Refocused Resources

Washington State follows AAMVA’s guidance on non-highway safety license suspensions