GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – In an work to crack down on impaired driving the Colorado Division of Transportation has launched an on the net survey asking for the public’s input on marijuana-impaired driving.

The survey is to collect input from the public on a series of inventive ideas and messages for new marijuana-impaired driving advertisements.

The survey is element of CDOT’s going Cannabis Conversation, a statewide website traffic security initiative.

They are inviting cannabis customers and non-customers, law enforcement, neighborhood government, and the marijuana business to participate in a dialogue aimed at producing options to the dilemma of working with marijuana and driving.

CDOT says they are disturbed by the quantity of individuals who inform them they do not feel working with marijuana and driving is a security hazard.

Colorado State Patrol reported 629 fatalities final year on Colorado roads, with a substantial portion of these involving impaired drivers.

Click right here for extra data and a hyperlink to the survey.