Compendium of traffic safety research projects, 1987-1997
U.S. Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 62 pages
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Page i - March 1977 6. Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s) 8. Performing Organization Report No. 9. Performing Organization Name and Address 10. Work Unit No.
Page i - CA 94035-1000 1 1 . Contract or Grant No. 1 2. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, DC 20546-0001 13.
Page 23 - Programs (RSPs) from 44 States and the District of Columbia that provide intoxicated drivers with a safe alternative ride home. Many of the entries summarize key program features such as who sponsors the program, whether the program operates on holidays versus year-round, whether the rider's car is transported, and the type of transport used (cab, bus, tow truck, etc.) All the entries provide the information needed to contact program representatives for additional information. A companion document...
Page 61 - Telephone discussions were held with representatives of agencies and organizations actively engaged with Hispanic communities in California, Texas, Colorado, the District of Columbia, New York City/New Jersey, and Florida. In addition, focus groups were held with adolescent males, young adult males, young adult females, and parents of young children.
Page 17 - This report contains a historical overview of the interest in ignition interlock devices and of the early development and research on different types of devices. It provides a description of current technology, its use, the results of laboratory testing of current devices, a description of current state legislative and judicial activity, a discussion of the problems this technology must overcome, and an assessment of the effectiveness and potential for application in preventing alcohol impaired driving.
Page 17 - The report contains an historical overview of the interest in alcohol ignition interlock devices and of the early development and research on different types of devices, a description of current technology and its use, the results of some laboratory testing of current devices, a description of current state legislative activity, a discussion of the problems this technology must overcome, and an assessment of their potential for preventing alcohol impaired driving.
Page 61 - The Hispanic population is one of the fastest growing demographic groups in the United States. This report presents the results of a study to identify highway safety needs in Hispanic communities, and ways of promoting highway safety to those communities.
Page 35 - Evaluation of New York State's Mandatory Occupant Restraint Law: Volume III, Observational Surveys of Safety Restraint Use by Children in New York State.