The Director, Communications has overall responsibility for the development of internal and external communications strategies designed to fulfill the NSC mission of reducing and preventing injury and death.
Authorizes AV testing with a human operator
No helmet laws. Universal helmet law repealed 1970.
81-86: renewal every 2 years 87 and over: renewal every year 75 and over: road test required
THC per se (5 ng)
Zero tolerance for some drugs
Decriminalized and legal for recreational and medical use
After 30 days
Mandatory for all convictions; highly incentivized for first convictions
Under 2 yrs under 40 lbs and under 40" in rear-facing child restraint
Under 8 yrs
Over 40 lbs in rear seat if only lap belt available
Nighttime driving: 18 years Driving with passengers: 17 years
Sun-Thurs: 10 p.m. - 6 a.m Fri-Sat: 11 p.m. - 6 a.m.
First 12 months: no more than 1 under 20
16 and over
Yes. Primary law.
Yes. Primary law.
Drivers under 19. Primary law.
All drivers. Primary law.
Permitted by state law
Permitted by state law and city ordinance
In construction or maintenance zones (only when workers are present); in safety zones - within 1/8th of a mile of a school or park district used for recreational purposes in municipalities with a population of 1 million or more inhabitants (only within certain hours)
Responsible for product management of all existing classroom-based and online-based DDC & WorkZone product lines spanning from custom State training programs to core DDC product lines.
The Illinois Department of Transportation was one of five State Highway Safety Offices to receive a grant from GHSA and ride-hailing company Lyft to prevent impaired driving during the 2020 holiday season.
Lyft and GHSA Award Grants to Help States Offer Motorists an Alternative to Driving Impaired During the Holidays
Three months into the coronavirus pandemic, the United States faces another crisis: a surge in speeding and reckless behavior on the nation's roadways.
Story by Luz Lazo
May 11, 2020
Despite what some drivers may believe, COVID-19 germs do not die at high rates of speed. Law enforcement agencies throughout the country have reported an uptick in people going well above the speed limit.
Story by Marco Cartolano
May 5, 2020