Canadians rank distracted driving as biggest threat when it comes to road deaths, especially mobile-use: Research

40% of Canadians say distracted driving No. 1 threat of car deaths: survey
Toronto Sun, February 26, 2020

Should Saskatchewan’s steep, escalating, fines for violating handheld ban be available to being worked-off if it otherwise means losing between a tenth to a fifth of income?

Saskatchewan’s new distracted driving fines disproportionately punish people in poverty: professor
Global News, February 21, 2020

Impact of road trauma is development issue — 130 nations back the road safety-focused ‘Stockholm Declaration’

Push to cut speed limit to 30km/h in risky areas by 130 nations
The Sydney Morning Herald, February 20, 2020

US insurer ‘urging the National Council of Insurance Legislators to draft model legislation that other states can’ utilize toward implementation of handheld bans in all states: Op/Ed

Column: ‘Hands-free’ laws would make roads safer
The Columbus Dispatch, February 11, 2020

Sharing the road (deaths): Though total fatalities on US roadways about the same, the share of those that are pedestrians or bicyclists has steadily grown

Toll Continues to Mount for Pedestrians and Bicyclists, the Victims in One in Five Traffic Deaths
FairWarning, February 5, 2020