Here’s more evidence to disprove the many self-serving, nonsensical allegations that reducing speed limits does nothing to improve road safety!
Just yesterday, we posted excerpts and our comments regarding the Road Safety Annual Report 2019, and America’s poor performance by comparison with the vast majority of other developed nations.
It has long been known that one of the key features in highway safety is the overall attitude of the people in the region or country concerned — the ‘road safety culture’.
Continue reading “Better US Road Safety Culture may be as Important as Vision Zero”
It is a sad and frankly reprehensible fact that American people are led to believe that the USA performs to a high standard in road safety when the opposite is actually the truth.
Eight European countries are now requiring drivers to create a “safety corridor” to allow emergency vehicles swift access to trapped and injured people at crash scenes on congested roads. This methodology could be a life-saver here in the USA, too.
March 3, 1994 — April 7, 2017
My daughter Brittany Milton died on April 7, 2017.
Dec. 28, 1980 – June 21, 2012
On June 21, 2012, at approximately 2am MST, Sabrina’s father was awakened by the ring of the doorbell. He opened the door to find the coroner and an officer standing there.
November 16, 1993 — December 2, 2015
Joanne Higgins’ nephew and Godson, Tyler Smedley, made some horrible choices on Dec 2, 2015, that cost him his life in a crash on Steamboat Island Rd., Steamboat Island, Washington State.
The pictures here are hard for me to see, yet I feel it’s important that I share them. I want to show the dangers of cellphone use, the dangers of drinking & driving, and the dangers of speeding.
Here we are again — the riskiest time of the year for having a collision with a deer on America’s roads — October, November and December.
Deer-strike collisions are stunningly common in the USA. It has been estimated that there are around 1.5 million deer killed in this manner every year.
Road safety lessons from Norway? Are you asking yourself: “Why Norway?” If so, the answers — those that are visible to anyone that looks — are a revelation.