NSW officials are zeroed in on how Oslo has advanced efforts to achieve road safety goals as they prevent deaths and injuries

Oslo cut road deaths to one in 2019. Can Sydney do the same?
The Sydney Morning Herald, January 13, 2020

Despite NTSB’s safety concerns, Fed’s position stays in backseat, sticks with ‘private sector leadership’ as plan for regulating US driverless tech-development

New US plan keeps autonomous vehicle standards voluntary
Associated Press, January 8, 2020

Distraction was biggest killer (again) on New Jersey roads in 2018 — driver’s cellphone-use caused the most crashes

Making a call, texting, and drinking coffee killed the most drivers last year in N.J.
N.J.com, December 28, 2019

Battle Creek, Michigan’s handheld ban signage in place, police now ticketing for violations of local city’s ordinance

Police can now ticket drivers under hands-free cell phone law in Battle Creek
MLive/Kalamazoo Gazette, December 27, 2019

With Australia’s longitudinal study-cohort reaching driving-age, risky road habits revealed in latest survey

‘No risk is acceptable when you are behind the wheel’
9News, December 10, 2019

Costly conviction — study shows how much Canadian distracted drivers can expect their insurance premium to increase to with distracted driving on their driving record

Toronto
Expect to pay higher insurance premiums for distracted driving
Toronto Sun, December 8, 2019

Calgary
In Alberta, a single distracted driving conviction could cost you hundreds each year
Edmonton Journal, December 6, 2019