The ChORUS Older Driver Transportation Planning Tool guides you through the steps of developing your transportation plan. Starting early allows you to map out your needs, identify and explore your options for alternate transportation modes in your area, and plan for continuing a full and active life whether you are driving or not. Be sure to talk with your doctor to understand how changes in your medical conditions and/or medications might impact driving. Also, family members, friends, and caregivers can help you think about how to best meet all your transportation needs.
ChORUS Older Driver Transportation Planning Tool — National (10/09/2020)Source: US Department of Transportation
Identifying and Referring Cognitively Impaired Drivers (30 Minute Shift Change) — National (01/01/2017)Source: Nonprofit Organization
Identifying and Referring Cognitively Impaired Drivers is an abbreviated version of the two-hour course, “Law Enforcement’s Role in Older Driver Safety”.
Exploration of Older Drivers’ Speeding Behavior — National (10/01/2016)Source: Association
Speeding increases crash risk and resulting injury severity. Older drivers are at increased risk of injury due to frailty, at increased risk of crashing due to slower reaction times compared to younger drivers.
Michigan Law Enforcement Aging Driver Roll Call Video — Michigan (06/13/2016)Source: State Department of Transportation
This video provides law enforcement professionals with tips to help identify potential cognitive impairment and actions to take when there is a concern.
Confidence In, and Self-rating Of, Driving Ability Among Older Drivers — Connecticut (05/01/1998)Source: Association
Active drivers in a representative cohort of older individuals age 77 years and older in New Haven, Connecticut were interviewed.
Resources for Law Enforcement — NationalSource: Nonprofit Organization
The Training, Research and Education for Driving Safety (TREDS) has several 30-minute training videos for law enforcement.