This report from TRIP, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit that conducts technical research related to surface transportation, provides key data related to older driver safety and discusses strategies for improving safety.
Preserving the Mobility and Safety of Older Americans — National (03/13/2018)Source: Nonprofit Organization
Consensus Statements on Driving for Persons with Dementia — National (02/25/2014)Source: Nonprofit Organization
This paper works as a guide for occupational therapists when addressing driving, mobility and dementia in seniors.
NCHRP Vol. 9 Report 500 — National (04/08/2009)Source: Nonprofit Organization
This report of the National Cooperative Highway Research Program/Transportation Research Board provides a comprehensive guide to reducing crashes involving older drivers, and details effective engineering solutions and relative costs.
Pedestrian Signal Safety for Older Persons — National (06/01/2003)Source: 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.
Visual Requirements for Safety and Mobility of Older Drivers — National (10/01/1991)Source: Nonprofit Organization
This paper was done to assess visual deterioration with aging and how to deal with issues in visual functions and driving.
Roadway Safety Guide — NationalSource: Nonprofit Organization
This community-oriented Guide is published by the Roadway Safety Foundation to help communicate key engineering and road design principles to lay audiences. It is a comprehensive resource and free of charge.
The Road To Zero Coalition — NationalSource: Nonprofit Organization
The Road to Zero Coalitinon, managed by the NSC, released a comprehensive report laying out strategies to end roadway deaths in the U.S by 2050