The Pinehurst Seattle website lists several tips for senior pedestrians.
Senior Pedestrian Safety — Washington (09/15/2020)Source: Association
Injury Prevention & Control: Motor Vehicle Safety — National (01/13/2020)Source: Association
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides information on problems, risks, preventions and resources that senior drivers have while on the road.
Maryland: The Senior Connection of Montgomery County — Maryland (01/01/2020)Source: Association
This non-profit organization in Montgomery County, Maryland provides free rides to seniors and persons with disabilities, with service provided by hundreds of volunteers.
Steering to Safety — National (08/28/2016)Source: Association
Home Instead Senior Care recently launched an online program that provides tips to make the conversation with an older adult about their driving ability a little easier.
Massachusetts: Pedestrian Safety Guidelines for Residential Streets in Boston — Massachusetts (08/01/2000)Source: State Department of Transportation
The city of Boston published its plan to improve pedestrian safety in residential areas.
Pennsylvania: Just Drive PA's Older Driver Information — PennsylvaniaSource: Association
The website also provides a list of older driver safety tips which includes having a regular eye exam, avoiding stressful driving situations and travelling in bad weather, if possible.
Exercise For Mature Drivers — NationalSource: Association
Exercise is a key component of healthy aging. it offers many health benefits to your overall fitness and well-being. Simple exercises may also contribute to a more positive driving experience and help you stay safe on the road.
Governor's Traffic Safety Committee — New YorkSource: State Department of Transportation
The New York State Governor's Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC) coordinates traffic safety activities in the state and shares useful, timely information about traffic safety and the state's highway safety grant program.