Safe roadways for seniors are safe roads for everybody. These studies show the safety benefits of treatments such as improved crosswalks, modern roundabouts, dedicated left-turn lanes, and well-placed crash barriers.

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This AAA Foundation research report studied older adult walking speeds and investigated re-timing pedestrian signals to better facilitate safe street...

A study was conducted to evaluate the speed at which it takes senior citizens to cross streets to assist traffic engineers in understanding the...

This research produced a handbook containing highway design and operational recommendations to accommodate older drivers, plus companion synthesis...

In this paper we provide a global description in quantitative terms, of the developments in road safety research from the early 1900’s until 2010.

Previous research indicates that useful field of view (UFOV) decline affects older driver performance. In particular, elderly drivers have difficulty...

Utah’s Department of Public Safety release its crash rates per licensed driver by age in 2011. The state also published the leading contributing...

A workshop, created by NHTSA, was held in various cities to educate local transportation engineers, law enforcement officers, elected officials and...

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