Broadcast on Sunday, November 21st. Sunday morning anchor Erin Brown interviews Lt. Kevin Geno on the topic of increased number of traffic fatalities in both Vermont and the U.S. in 2020 and 2021. Watch the story here.
This year’s World Day of Remembrance takes on extra urgency as the number of people dying and severely injured in preventable traffic crashes in the U.S. is rising at an alarming rate. In 2020, 42,060 people died in motor vehicle crashes – an 8% increase over 2019, despite fewer people driving due to pandemic conditions. […]
During September of this year an Old Orchard Beach, Maine police officer was monitoring local traffic, when he noticed a passing car which didn’t have visible registration plates. The officer performed a traffic stop. The operator of the vehicle told the officer that he had just registered the car and didn’t have the proper license […]
2018 Fatal Motor Vehicle Crashes Overview Oct 2019 NHTSA https://vermonthighwaysafety.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/2018-Fatal-Motor-Vehicle-Crashes-Overview-Oct-2019-NHTSA.pdf
Driver Electronic Use in 2018 – NHTSA January 2019https://vermonthighwaysafety.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Driver-Electronic-Device-Use-in-2018-Oct-2019-NHTSA.pdf
Speeding Away from Zero: Rethinking a Forgotten Traffic Safety Challenge
208 legislative recommendations by Mothers Against Drunk Driving to improve lifesaving ignition interlock laws
208 legislative recommendations by Mothers Against Drunk Driving to improve lifesaving ignition interlock laws. Including Vermont.
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