What kind of driver are you raising?
Source: Transportation Research Record, 2010
Traffic safety solutions, based on data-driven strategies, must have a zero tolerance approach to injury prevention.Learn More about No loss of life on our roads is acceptable..
We all share the responsibility of making safe decisions on the road. Together, we can prevent crashes.Learn More about All road users deserve safe streets..
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In 2019, 24% of traffic fatalities involved someone drinking and driving (NCDOT Crash Facts).
In 2019, 43% of people killed on North Carolina roads were unbuckled at the time of the crash (NCDOT Crash Facts).
In 2019, over 25% of traffic fatalities involved speeding (NCDOT Crash Facts).
How does your child get to school? If they had a magic wand, what do you think they would change about their trip to school? Give your kid some paper and art supplies and help us find out! TJCOG’s Safe Routes to School Program is hosting an art contest for K-8 students in the […]
Kids learn by watching grown-ups. Teach your children how to be safe around traffic by: Showing safe decisions with your own behavior. Explaining your decisions and thought processes on the road. Practicing safe walking, biking, riding, or driving with your child. Free printable brochure – Show, Explain, Practice