The week of August 2-8, 2009 is National Stop on Red Week. The Federal Highway Administration created the program in 1995 to education the public and promote safe driving habits. The program calls attention to the dangers of red light running each year. Regardless of measures taken by Law Enforcement agencies to convey to the public the dangers involved, some motorists still continue to ignore the law and run red lights. Red light running is one of the leading causes of collisions throughout the State. Additional information can be found at the FHWA website or at StopRedLightRunning.com. As always, drive safely and drive smartly!