Sponsored by MNDOT, this guidebook supports local agency staff who are engaging with members of the public who have brought forth community traffic safety concerns.
Addressing Citizen Requests for Traffic Safety Concerns — Minnesota, National (12/01/2017)Source: State Department of Transportation
Addressing Citizen Requests for Traffic Safety Concerns — Minnesota (12/01/2017)Source: Association
This guidebook, sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Transportation, provides guidance to local agency staff on responding to concerns expressed by members of the public regarding community traffic safety.
Taxonomy and Terms for Stakeholders in Senior Mobility — National (11/03/2017)Source: Association
The document will help those who encounter older adults with limited mobility, and will help them with communicating potential solutions to preserve and extend safe, independent transportation options for older persons.
Traffic Tech: Technology Transfer Series — National (04/01/2017)Source: US Department of Transportation
As the driving population continues to age, medical conditions and associated impairments affecting driving abilities will become more prevalent, and State driver licensing agencies are likely to see driver medical reviews.
Medical Review Practices For Driver Licensing Volume 3 — District of Columbia (04/01/2017)Source: US Department of Transportation
This volume updates the information presented in 2003 (Summary of Medical Advisory Board Practices in the United States).
Driver Medical Review Practices Across the United States — District of Columbia (04/01/2017)Source: US Department of Transportation
There were 38.4 million licensed older drivers in 2014—a 31% increase from 10 years earlier (2005).
IACP Alzheimer's Initiative Program Webinar: 3 Stages of Alzheimer's — National (03/30/2017)Source: Association
IACP video on the 3 stages of Alzheimer’s Disease that Law Enforcement might observe during a traffic stop.
U.S. Census Bureau Facts for Features: Older Americans Month: May 2017 — National (03/27/2017)Source: Association
After a meeting with the National Council of Senior Citizens, President John F. Kennedy encouraged all Americans to pay tribute to older people across the country by designating May 1963 as Senior Citizens Month.
Washington, DC: WMATA’s Planning Blog — District of Columbia (01/17/2017)Source: Nonprofit Organization
The blog for Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.
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”.