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      • GHSA has partnered with ride hailing company Lyft to provide five states with grants to support campaigns deterring impaired road use.

      • As more states consider legalizing recreational marijuana, GHSA's new guide compiles relevant research on legalization's traffic safety impacts.

      • GHSA's latest report examines humans’ role in autonomous vehicle safety and how states can prepare for the technology.



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      November 25, 2018

      Distracted driving continues to be a critical issue on roads nationwide. GHSA Executive Director Jonathan Adkins speaks to how frequent under-reporting of distraction makes it difficult to assess the issue's severity.

      November 19, 2018

      As legal recreational marijuana sales begin in Massachusetts, the state's Executive Office of Public Safety and Security Director Jeff Larason discusses the dangers of marijuana-impaired driving.



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      Partner Initiatives

      Ford Driving Skills for Life

      Ford Driving Skills for Life (Ford DSFL) teaches teens the skills they need to be safe on the roads.

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      The National Road Safety Foundation, Inc.

      GHSA has teamed up with The National Road Safety Foundation, Inc. (NRSF) to provide grants for State Highway Safety Offices to implement drowsy driving prevention programs and campaigns.

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      AT&T's It Can Wait

      Launched in 2010, AT&T’s It Can Wait campaign shares a simple message: distracted driving is never OK. The campaign has evolved as smartphone driving distractions have grown beyond texting to include social media, web surfing, video chatting and more.

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