The National Center for Rural Road Safety hosted the 3rd National Summit on Rural Road Safety from September 30 – October 1, 2020. The summits have become an important national forum for engaging a wide variety ...[ Read More » ]
The National Center for Rural Road Safety invites students, researchers, and professionals to apply to present at a unique virtual poster session entitled How to Make Rural Roads Safe for Everyone.
In 2019, there ...
Every year as we head into the summer months, the motorcycle season begins to ramp up. For that reason, May is Motorcycle Awareness Month, serving as a reminder for drivers and motorcyclists alike to use extra ca ...[ Read More » ]
As the spread of COVID-19 continues across the country, its effects have been felt across our transit systems and by transportation agencies around the country. Even with a general quarantine on many parts of the ...[ Read More » ]
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On any given day, more than 700 people are injured in distracted driving crashes. And these injuries are not just limited to the drivers themselves, but to ...
The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC) conducted a groundbreaking survey of older adults, people with disabilities, and their caregivers in 2018 to learn about the needs and challenges th ...[ Read More » ]
When you are driving down the highway at high speeds, would you think it’s a good idea to close your eyes for five seconds? Of course not; but that is the average time it takes to read or send a text and as mob ...[ Read More » ]
Keeping roadsides groomed is more than cosmetic; untrimmed grass, weeds, brush, or tree limbs limit visibility and safety by obscuring signs, traffic signals, pedestrians, cyclists, and unpredictable wildlife. Ro ...[ Read More » ]
Often when we discuss safe driving and dealing with elements of weather, our minds think of precipitation related threats like snow, ice, and rain. However, the summer months also have their share of unique dange ...[ Read More » ]
As vehicle technology improves, today’s drivers are potentially more distracted than ever. Whether it is texting, using vehicle internet accessibility, eating on the go, or simply dealing with children in t ...[ Read More » ]