A New Traffic Safety Paradigm

Despite numerous traffic safety programs, traffic death rates have not declined in a decade and recently started to increase. We can do better! A new paradigm identifies additional safety strategies that reduce both crash rates and risk exposure.

During this holiday season thousands of North Americans will be unnecessarily killed or severely injured in crashes. We could do much better!

The United States has the highest traffic fatality rate among peer countries, nearly three times the European average and easily twice the averages of Australia and Canada.

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One Reply to “A New Traffic Safety Paradigm”

  1. As a retired FDNY/ EMS worker I agree, but the problem is not being dealt with totally, the education of drivers is important but the part of pedestrian education seems to left out. The term of jay walking from back in the day is never addressed.

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