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      • NHTSA's Peer-to-Peer Teen Traffic Safety Program Guide, prepared by GHSA, identifies eight criteria for successful youth-led programs.

      • GHSA's 2019 Annual Meeting, "Imagine the Future: Advancing Traffic Safety through Technology and Innovation," is August 24-28 in Anaheim, CA.

      • GHSA's new report projects more than 6,200 pedestrians were killed in 2018, the highest number since 1990.



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      April 11, 2019

      April 11, 2019

      CONTACT: Madison Forker, 202-580-7930

      April 10, 2019

      New IIHS research finds that speed limits higher than 65 mph caused almost 14,000 additional deaths over 25 years in the U.S. GHSA Chair Darrin Grondel and Director of Policy and Government Relations Russ Martin discuss.

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      Check To Protect

      More than 53 million vehicles are on the road with an open safety recall in urgent need of repair.

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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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      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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      GHSA and Lyft partner to encourage the use of ride hailing services as a safe alternative to traveling impaired.

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