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Section I Summary
Section II Introduction
Section III Type of Problem Being Addressed
Section IV Index of Strategies by ImplementationTimeframe and Relative Cost
Section V Description of Strategies
Section VI Guidance for Implementation of the AASHTO Strategic Highway Safety Plan
Section VII Key References
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Guidance for Implementation of the AASHTO Strategic Highway Safety Plan: A ...
Limited preview - 2003
17-year-old drivers AASHTO Strategic Highway Accident Analysis adult drivers Affecting Implementation American Automobile Association beginning drivers cell phone CH2M HILL checkpoints crash rates crash risk crashes involving decrease Deﬁne developed driving experience effective emphasis area enforce GDL restrictions ensure evaluation EXHIBIT fatal crashes GDL license GDL systems Graduated driver licensing Graduated Licensing System high school Highway Safety Plan identiﬁed Implementing this Strategy important injury Institutional Attributes Organizational monitoring months of supervised motor vehicle crashes NCHRP Report 500 NHTSA nighttime driving restriction nighttime restriction North Carolina novice drivers Organizational and Institutional Organizations Currently Implementing parents and teens passenger restriction percent problem reducing young driver require result risky safety belt Simons-Morton stakeholders Strategic Highway Safety Strategy 1.1 Strategy Attributes studies supervised driving Technical Attributes Target teen drivers teen passengers teen’s teenagers Traffic Safety Transport Canada transportation plans Transportation Research Board violations young driver crashes young passengers