What’s been done in Canada to curb distracted driving …and what’s still needed?

Distracted driving is as dangerous a crisis today as impaired driving was decades ago. What are Canadians doing about it?
The Globe and Mail, November 9, 2019

Campaign set at challenge to effect behavior-change behind the wheel and create stigma around distracted driving

Reeling in rising distracted driving deaths
The Harvard Gazette, July 2, 2019

Designated driver concept got start in US with death of Boston reporter killed in wreck by drunk driver

Designated Driver Program Arose From Tragic Crash That Killed WBZ-TV Reporter In 1985
WBZ, CBS Boston, November 30, 2018

Tougher rules, stiffer penalties, more convictions will come as social stigma of distracted driving behavior becomes entrenched

What Happens When a Driver Kills Someone While Fiddling With A Cellphone? Often, Not Much
FairWarning, February 6, 2018

New handheld ban is ‘step in the right direction’ for Oregon, but ‘it’s really going to take a change in social norms and expectations’: Commentary

New Distracted Driving Law In Oregon
“Think Out Loud,” Oregon Public Broadcasting, September 29, 2017

Ireland just had worst drink-driving month, society norms need to get back on track: Op/Ed

Comment: ‘Every time we let the designated driver have one or two we are actively saying that drink-driving is acceptable’
Irish Independent, June 28, 2017