Hispanic Heritage Month

Check out our Spanish resources to assist with older driving safety and share them with your family and loved ones here (available in Spanish). As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, help your loved one build a transportation plan with resources from Road Safe Seniors. Share Spanish resources with your network on Twitter, FacebookPinterest, and LinkedIn

The Clearinghouse for Older Road User Safety (ChORUS) serves as a centralized, user-friendly, and dynamic source of information pertaining to highway safety for aging drivers, passengers, pedestrians, and cyclists. Built as a comprehensive resource, it covers all three major components of highway safety: safe roadways, safe road users, and safe vehicles.


Video Spotlight

True mobility independence comes when you can get around your community whether you are driving or not. Transportation planning is the first step to keeping you safe, mobile, and independent beyond the driver’s seat. This video shows you how to use Florida’s Guide to Safe Mobility for Life to build a personalized transportation plan in just three easy steps.

 

Spotlights

older man in a grey car, looking out the window
ChORUS Outreach Guide

The ChORUS Outreach Guide is to help promote information about older road user safety.

Walktober 2022, with three faces directly below it.
Walktober Webinar

National Perspectives on Walking and Pedestrian Safety: Where we are and how we move forward. October 6, 9:30 a.m. CDT.

Two mini vans parked next to each other with the words "Accessing America" at the bottom. The first van has a ramp with a man on a wheelchair going into the van and a woman putting groceries in the trunk. The second van has four people around it, two children, one woman in a wheelchair.
National Museum of American History: Adaptive Technology for Automobiles

This online transportation exhibit features adaptive technology useful for older drivers and drivers with disabilities.

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The Clearinghouse for Older Road User Safety (ChORUS) is a project of the Roadway Safety Foundation, a non-profit located in Washington, DC. Support is provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), with additional development and guidance supplied by New Editions Consulting, Inc. and a panel of Subject Matter Experts.