It’s back to school time, which is a great reminder that there are often improvements needed to encourage safe and healthy walking and cycling to and from school. Safe Routes to School is still eligible for fu ...[ Read More » ]
Rural communities provide food, energy, resources and much more to keep America running. In 2016, attendees at the National Working Summit on Transportation in Rural America helped define the future for “Movi ...[ Read More » ]
Safety should be EVERY day, but June just so happens to be designated as National Safety Month and week four is focused on driving safety—let’s use this as another reason to do safety outreach in our ...
April has been designated as Distracted Driving Awareness Month. While distracted driving is something to be tackled every day, this April we can put some extra focus on ending distracted driving. Transportation ...[ Read More » ]
Have you joined yet? Road to Zero is a collaboration focused on ending traffic fatalities – a leading cause of unintentional death on our roadways within 30 years. The goal is safe mobility for all people, ...[ Read More » ]
The Federal Highway Administration began promoting tried and true infrastructure-oriented safety treatments and strategies in 2008 as their list of Proven Safety Countermeasures. That list was updated in 2012 and ...[ Read More » ]
During the winter months, maintenance teams work hard to make sure roadways are prepared to handle hazardous weather conditions. Through the use of de-icing/anti-icing agents, salt spreaders, and snowplows, road ...[ Read More » ]
October is Pedestrian Safety Awareness Month, a time to consider that every single one of us is a pedestrian. Even though we’re all pedestrians, it does not make this mode of transportation a safe guarantee ...[ Read More » ]
Guest Writer: Nic Ward, Director of the Center for Health and Safety Culture
What does zero really mean to your traffic safety agency?
There is growing interest and commitment at the state and national level to f ...
Per vehicle mile traveled, motorcyclists are about 35 times as likely as passenger car occupants to die in a motor vehicle crash, and eight times more likely to be injured. While there are a number of things moto ...[ Read More » ]