GHSA's new report, An Analysis of Traffic Fatalities by Race and Ethnicity, analyzed data for the five-year period 2015-2019 and found that traffic crash fatalities disproportionately affect Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC).
GHSA frequently publishes reports to help its members and partners navigate a variety of pressing highway safety issues.
This special complimentary issue of Directions in Highway Safety, GHSA's members-only newsletter, features a preview of the GHSA 2021 Annual Meeting in Denver in September, an update on transportation policy from Washington, useful news on timely traffic safety topics and initiatives, and much more.
GHSA's Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State: 2020 Preliminary Data and subsequent addendum offer the first comprehensive look at state and national trends in pedestrian deaths for the full year (January-December). The report projects the U.S.
Teens and Speeding: Breaking the Deadly Cycle, a new report from GHSA and Ford Motor Company Fund, highlights the significant role speeding plays in teen driver fatalities and offers practical tools to help parents rein in this lethal driving habit.
GHSA’s publication, Understanding and Tackling Micromobility: Transportation’s New Disruptor, explores six challenges – oversight, funding, data collection, enforcement, infrastructure and education – and the role State Highway Safety Offices (SHSOs) and their partners can play to help address them.
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GHSA's annual spotlight report, Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State: 2019 Preliminary Data, offers a first look at state and national trends in 2019 pedestrian deaths. The report projects 6,590 pedestrians were killed on U.S. roads in 2019, the highest number in more than 30 years.