|Title||State||Publish Date||Source||Description||Document Link||Audience(s)||Related Topic(s)||Type(s)|
|Pedestrian Signal Safety for Older Persons||National||(06/01/2003)||Nonprofit Organization|
This report from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety studied the walking speed of older pedestrians, and suggested ways to improve signal timing to improve safety while not increasing congestion.
|Transportation Engineers/Planners||Research, Transportation Engineering/Planning, Designing Roadways with Older Adults in Mind||Publication/Journal Article|
|A Pocket Guide to Improve Traffic Control and Mobility for Our Older Population||National||(01/01/2003)||US Department of Transportation|
This pocket guide helps transportation professionals consider the needs of an aging population and covers three key areas -- intersections/interchanges, curves, and temporary traffic control situations (e.g., workzones).
|Transportation Engineers/Planners||Transportation Engineering/Planning, Designing Roadways with Older Adults in Mind||Publication/Journal Article, Training|
|Driving and Alternatives: Older Drivers in Michigan||Michigan||(01/01/2003)||Association|
This paper shows the results of a statewide telephone conducted in Michigan of drivers and former drivers ages 65 and older on their transportation mode choices and whether they planned for when they could no longer drive.
|Older Drivers, State Driver Licensing Agencies||Transportation Engineering/Planning||Publication/Journal Article|
|Evaluating the Impact of Passengers on the Safety of Older Drivers||Kentucky||(01/01/2003)||Association|
Overall, the presence of two or more passengers was found to negatively impact the probability that drivers 75 years of age or older were at fault in crashes.
|State Driver Licensing Agencies||Driver Education||Publication/Journal Article|