This research brief examines the ways to develop a sentinel surveillance system.
December 2019 // Research Brief PDF
State-by-state analysis identifying the specific legislative, regulatory and/or resource changes required for states to align with the policies and practices in this AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety’s report.
This research brief reviews the current scientific evidence concerning the effectiveness of existing and emerging countermeasures against distracted driving.
November 2019 // Research Brief PDF
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 PDF
This annual Traffic Safety Culture Index (TSCI), a nationally representative survey, has been conducted to identify and assess key indicators regarding American drivers’ attitudes toward and behaviors regarding traffic safety, since 2008.
The purpose of this project was to identify areas where potential modifications could be implemented to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the Drug Evaluation and Classification Program.
This research assesses the feasibility of studying the effect of non-zero-tolerance per se limits for cannabis on the legal system.
The American Driving Survey collects and analyzes data related to driving patterns of the public in the United States. This brief summarized the results based on data collected from 2016 through 2017 compared to those collected from 2014 through 2015.
February 2019 // Research Brief PDF
This report describes prescription and over-the-counter countermeasures related to pharmacy and medical; data recording and toxicology; law enforcement and judicial; and education and advertising.
Two research briefs describe a project that solicited input from subject matter experts across the U.S. regarding the potential for alcohol-impaired driving countermeasures to be adapted as drugged or drug-impaired driving countermeasures.