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The Traffic Violations Bureau, more popularly known as the Greensboro Traffic Safety Institute, was formed in 1934 because the following year seven traffic-related deaths. Operating independently of the police department and criminal court, the institute's main objective was to prevent automobile related accidents through education. To inform the public, the institute took a number of initiatives including erecting billboards and cartoons published in the Greensboro newspaper.