Talking Headways Podcast: Narrow the Lanes!
At 30 to 35 miles per hour, research shows that 12- and 11-feet-wide lanes have significantly higher number of crashes than 10- or nine-feet-wide lanes.
Why So Many U.S. Drivers Think Speeding Is Perfectly Safe
Do Americans hit lethal speeds because they're in a rush, or because they have no idea that they're increasing their chances of death with every tick of the odometer?
GOP Pols Want to Ban Speed Limiter Requirements on Deadly Big Rigs
High-speed truck crashes are soaring – so why are lawmakers fighting against long-proven technology to stop them?
How D.C. Is Sending Its Most Dangerous Drivers a Message
Can a simple letter in the mail get a dangerous motorists to drive more safely even when fines have failed to slow them down?
The US Cities Where Drivers Hit Deady Speeds in Places People Walk
Drivers across America are hitting deadly speeds in neighborhoods with lots of walkers — and a lot of them aren't even breaking the law when they do it.