National Alliance to Stop Impaired Driving (NASID) Conference 2022

July 27 – July 29

U.S. traffic fatalities increased significantly in 2020 – the highest number of deaths and fatality rate on our nation’s roadways since 2007 – while traffic crashes, injures and vehicle miles traveled declined. Nearly 39,000 people were killed on our roads, including 11,654 people in alcohol-impaired fatal crashes. Drunk driving fatalities accounted for 30 percent of all fatal motor vehicle crashes and are 100% preventable. In response, the National Alliance to Stop Impaired Driving (NASID) will host our second national summit focused on multiple substance impaired driving prevention. 

The summit will convene the nation’s foremost experts to examine the challenges and complexities of multiple substance impaired driving. Participants will engage in discussions about topics such as the National Road Safety Strategy safe systems approach, advanced technology to prevent impaired driving, public awareness campaigns, standardization of chemical testing protocols, and more, and we will host a policymaker roundtable. View the 2022 NASID Conference Agenda.  

Each of us knows the significant challenges ahead in making our roads safer for our friends and family, and we need everyone’s help to reverse the alarming increases in traffic fatalities. Please join us and get involved in finding solutions to address multiple substance impaired driving. 


July 27 – 12:00 pm to 5:30 pm ET, networking reception 6-7:30 pm ET
July 28 – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm ET, dinner 6-7:30 pm ET
July 29 – 8:30 am to 2:00 pm ET


Hilton Washington, DC National Mall The Wharf
480 L’Enfant Plaza SW
Washington, District of Columbia 20024

The National Alliance to Stop Impaired Driving (NASID) is a coalition established and led by to eliminate all forms of impaired driving, especially multiple substance impaired driving, through effective and proven measures such as DUI system reform, DUI detection, and improved use of data and technology.

Please contact Chuck LeBlanc at [email protected] or Darrin Grondel at [email protected] with questions on ways to support NASID activities.