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.
Bicycle Helmet Ratings
Crashes rise in first states to begin legalized retail sales of recreational marijuana
Compton, R. (2017, July). Marijuana-Impaired Driving – A Report to Congress. (DOT HS 812 440). Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Drug Impaired Driving – A Guide for States, GHSA & Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility
Together with Vermont State Police, Department of Motor Vehicles Enforcement, local law enforcement, municipal partners, and the Vermont Highway Safety Alliance, VTrans has identified four corridors where data indicates that a combination of high traffic volume, high speeds and a high rate of crashes demands an increased level of enforcement. These areas, called “Safety Corridors” will see an […]