The New American Driving Survey collects and examines national-level data on the driving habits and patterns of the American public, in response to the need for driving exposure information in quantifying traffic risks.
This brief explores fatal wrong-way crashes and factors associated with these incidents.
March 2021 // Research Brief
This research brief describes the pilot testing, related lessons learned, and barriers encountered in the development and implementation of a sentinel surveillance system for drug use by drivers in crashes.
The Traffic Safety Culture Index (TSCI) is a nationally representative survey that has been conducted annually since 2008 to identify American drivers’ perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors related to traffic safety issues.
The Evidence-Based Behavior Change Campaigns to Improve Traffic Safety Toolkit is a hands-on resource designed for traffic safety practitioners to develop behavior change campaigns that are both evidence-based and effective.
March 2020 // Research Brief
This study examines marijuana involvement in fatal crashes in Washington State before and after recreational use of cannabis became legal in the state.
January 2020 // Research Brief
This research brief examines the ways to develop a sentinel surveillance system.
December 2019 // Research Brief
This report presents the results of state-by-state analysis identifying the specific legislative, regulatory and/or resource changes required for states to align with recommended policies and practices.
This research brief reviews the current scientific evidence concerning the effectiveness of existing and emerging countermeasures against distracted driving.
November 2019 // Research Brief
The objective of this research brief is to assess the literature on oral fluid detection times to address how long after a person uses a drug it can be detected in oral fluid, and what factors may influence detection times.
July 2019 // Research Brief