Lindsay Arnold conducts research on issues including substance-impaired driving and vulnerable road users. Prior to joining the Foundation in 2012, she served as a public health fellow in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Office of Behavioral Safety Research, and as a researcher at the University of California, Berkeley’s Safe Transportation Research & Education Center. Her research has been published in scientific journals including Accident Analysis & Prevention, American Journal of Epidemiology, and Journal of Safety Research. She is a member of the Transportation Research Board’s Impairment in Transportation Committee and serves as a reviewer for several journals. Arnold holds a Road Safety Professional Level 1 (RSP1) certification and a master’s degree in public health with a focus in epidemiology/biostatistics from the University of California, Berkeley.
Effectiveness of Distracted Driving Countermeasures: An Expanded and Updated Review of the Scientific and Gray Literatures
March 2022 // Research Brief
Self-Reported Risky Driving in Relation to Changes in Amount of Driving During the COVID-19 Pandemic
February 2022 // Research Brief
December 2021 // Research Brief
Objective Driving Data in the LongROAD Study: An Overview of Changes to Data Collection Procedures from a Datalogger to a Travel App
September 2021 // Research Brief