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

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

Focus of improvements in annual report card on US states’ road safety policies: Occupant safety and children; young drivers and licensing; and preventing impaired and distracted drivers

Report Card for the States Rates Those with Best and Worst Laws to Cut Traffic Deaths
FairWarning, January 29, 2020

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

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

Pedestrian fatalities and the frustratingly complex turnabout of trends undoing road safety-gains across the globe; amidst promise of tech-fix: Essay

Collision course: why are cars killing more and more pedestrians?
The Guardian, October 3, 2019