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In the days of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), we are seeing a reduction in overall traffic volumes and crash-related injuries and fatalities. What are the nuances of this situation, and what lessons can we learn to advance transportation safety research and practice? TRB is hosting a webinar on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, from 1:00 to 2:30 PM Eastern that will explore the impacts of COVID-19 on traffic crashes and overall highway safety conditions. This webinar is cosponsored by the Pacific Southwest Region University…Find out more »
Webinar: You Can’t Stop What You Don’t Know: High in Plain Sight PART TWO – Class Taught by: Jermaine Galloway
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Webinar: LIFESAVERS TRACK: CRIMINAL JUSTICE/LAW ENFORCEMENT – Everything You Need to Know About Cannabis
The legalization of marijuana is forcing law enforcement to come in contact with various types, ingestion methods and concentrations. However, most law enforcement officers are not familiar with the different strains of cannabis, the various concentrates (i.e. shatter, hash, budder, wax) or the methods it can be used. Basic understanding of cannabis as well as topics such as vaping, SFSTs with cannabis use and common misconceptions about its use, will be presented. Rather than focus on the science of cannabis,…Find out more »
Join us for the 2020 Texas Traffic Safety Virtual Conference. This is the first time that we will be conducting the annual traffic safety conference online. Though we might be restricted to an online environment due to COVID-19, the pandemic won’t keep us from meeting together to address traffic safety in Texas. Although we’ll miss seeing everyone in person, there are several silver linings associated with going virtual with the conference: Recorded sessions. You won’t have to choose between concurrent sessions.…Find out more »
In nearly every state, a teen that waits until age 18 or later to obtain a driver license “ages” out of the graduated driver license system (GDL), which is designed to help novice drivers learn to drive and gain experience in a lower risk environment. That means this teen or young adult, and everyone else on the road, isn’t benefiting from the proven provisions of GDL. Examine the research and data surrounding teens and young people who age out…Find out more »