Distraction is Confusion about What Matters Most – Safety

September 2019 Newsletter: Going Back to Safety School

Attitude vs. Behavior Kids are back in school. That means more foot traffic in school zones, more bicyclists on neighborhood streets and more congestion around buses as they stop and start along routes, both in the early-morning and late-afternoon hours. That means it is also a good time to review risks associated with distracted driving. …

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April 2019 Newsletter: No Talking, No Texting, No Exceptions

Shattered Dreams Go ahead. Try to measure the human toll of distracted-driving crashes. The numbers are staggering. In Texas, more than 275 crashes every day involve distracted driving. Those crashes resulted in 444 deaths and 2,889 suffered serious injuries in 2017. When a commerical plane crashes, there is public concern. Investigations are launched. Distracted-driving crashes touch …

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