Join the statewide movement for zero deaths in North Carolina. Learn about new research, technology, and legislative issues.
What makes the phrase “traffic safety” meaningful to you? Were you once the victim of unsafe driving? Was there someone you knew – a friend or family-member, perhaps? Share your story with us.
Join us for the second annual World Day of Remembrance. This memorial exhibit will feature hundreds of pairs of shoes to represent and honor the lives lost on North Carolina roads.
Sun, November 19, 2017
9am - 4pm
North Carolina State Capitol
1 E Edenton St, Raleigh, NC 27601
... representing over 15% of roadway fatalities last year.
This event will be useful for anyone interested in topics ranging from bicycling advocacy to transportation planning, public health, and/or sustainability, just to name a few!
Fri - Sat, November 3 - 4, 2017
Wilmington, NC 28401, USA
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..
By designing roads and vehicles to forgive human mistakes, we can build a system which protects its users.Learn More about Injury or death is not an inevitable price to pay for mobility..
In 2015, over 30% of fatal crashes involved alcohol-impairment
In 2015, 42% of people killed were not buckled up
In 2015, over 30% of fatal crashes involved speeding
Notable advocates of teen driver safety argue compellingly that teenagers drive unsafely because they lack experience. To protect teen drivers–and everyone on the road–therefore, authorities have stipulated rules intended to mitigate the effects of inexperience. In theory, deferring to these rules, rather than acting on impulse (as experienced drivers do), will make teenagers safer drivers. […]