National Wellness Month

Wellness includes mental, physical, and physiological wellness. Older Drivers can use National Wellness Month to keep up with their health to keep safe on the roads. Follow us 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

The challenges of transportation for some seniors can have a negative impact on their quality of life. This segment looks at how some Nashville seniors manage their transportation needs and what the city is doing to enhance public transportation for older riders.



Two women in the car. The older woman is driving, and the younger woman is pointing out the windshield. Both women look serious and focused on the road.
What Aging into Disability can Mean for Older Drivers

Dr. Anne Dickerson explains what it means to age into a disability.

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Traffic Safety Facts- Older Population- 2020

NHTSA came out with new Traffic Safety Facts for the Older Population.

Older woman with cane waiting at a bus stop. She's sitting on the bench.
What Older Adults can Learn about Alternate Transportation from People with Disabilities

ChORUS spoke with Anthony, a wheelchair user, to see what older adults who acquire a disability might learn.

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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.