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State launches traffic safety initiative
Bismarck Tribune
Gov. Doug Burgum, along with the North Dakota Department of Transportation, North Dakota Highway Patrol and the North Dakota Department of Health today launched Vision Zero as the state's primary traffic safety initiative. The multi-agency effort's ...

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Work Begins On El Sereno Transportation, Safety Projects
EGP News
Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar on Saturday took part in ground breaking ceremony for a major transportation and safety upgrade project in El Sereno along Alhambra Avenue. Huizar's office said local residents, led by the El Sereno Arroyo ...



Santa Clarita Valley Signal

Santa Clarita deputies conducting traffic safety operation Wednesday
Santa Clarita Valley Signal
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department vowed to step up its Bike & Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operations Wednesday, paying particular attention to “collision causing factors” that involve motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists. Sheriff's ...
Bike Safety Operation In Place In Santa Clarita, Throughout CaliforniaKHTS Radio
Deputies Step Up Pedestrian, Bike Safety Enforcement TodaySCVNEWS.com

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The News Tribune

Amtrak crash prompts lawmakers to demand new safety features ...
The News Tribune
The federal government would give $2.6 billion to railroads to install emergency train-stopping technologies, so they won't miss a deadline of December 2018, under a new bill in the U.S. House.

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Senate panel rejects stricter seat-belt law
WWBT NBC12 News
RICHMOND – Split along party lines, the Senate Transportation Committee has killed a bill that would have made failing to wear a seat belt a primary offense - a violation that could draw an immediate ticket from a police officer. The legislation, SB ...

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DOT Announces Transportation Safety Data Initiative, Pilot Programs
Occupational Health and Safety
The U.S. Department of Transportation is launching a multi-modal initiative, including two pilot programs to modernize its data analysis and integrate its traditional data sets with new "big data" sources to gain insights into transportation safety ...



Tech Times

Government-commissioned report on drunken driving recommends lowering threshold to 0.05
Omaha World-Herald
More than 100 countries have adopted the 0.05 threshold. In Europe, the share of traffic deaths attributable to drunken driving was reduced by more than half within 10 years after the standard was dropped, the National Transportation Safety Board said ...
Science panel backs lower drunken driving thresholdSeattle Times
Restaurants fear reducing the blood-alcohol content for drunken driving could keep customers homePittsburgh Post-Gazette
Accelerating progress to reduce alcohol-impaired driving fatalitiesEurekAlert (press release)
Tech Times
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SafeHorns to hold West Campus walk-through to address lighting, safety concerns
UT The Daily Texan
“I don't feel very safe in West Campus,” Bui said. “There aren't that many lights, it's really loud and rowdy … Whenever I'm walking at night, there are sidewalks that are never quite clear, there is always trash on them and construction materials ...



Transport Topics Online

Safety Advocates Say Not So Fast on Driverless Cars
Transport Topics Online
“In general, the results of the survey illustrate the widespread concerns the public has with driverless cars, and a strong desire for a hands-on approach by the federal government,” said Shaun Kildare, director of research with Advocates for Highway ...

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Potomac residents identified as victims of Indiana plane crash Saturday
Frederick News Post
Louis Cantilena, a medical professor at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, in Bethesda, was picking up his daughter from medical school in Kansas City, where she is an M.D. and Ph.D. student, local news outlet Bethesda Beat reported ...

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