In its continuing effort to curtail the number of traffic deaths in the state of Nevada, the Department of Transportation will be posting traffic fatality numbers on digital freeway boards.
The messages are meant to remind motorists to always drive safely.
Existing freeway digital message signs across the state will periodically display updated statewide traffic death numbers.
The boards will also display driving safety messages reminding motorists to always buckle up, never drive impaired and other similar messages.
The messages are already being displayed in Northern Nevada. They will begin to be displayed in Southern Nevada on May 22.
There have been more than 100 traffic deaths so far in 2013 in Nevada.