The feds will finally revise the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices, which sets standards for signs, markings and signals that help road users — and, eventually, autonomous vehicles — safely move through our communities.
A potentially groundbreaking new tool could help give US planners key insights into the most dangerous segments of their road network — and how to fix them — with the click of a single button. The only problem? An automaker made it.
The Trump administration's top roadway safety agency offered a final kiss-off to America by blaming drivers for killing each other so much last year — with zero acknowledgement of the administration's own failures to implement life-saving policies.
America's top federal safety agency is raising awareness this week about safety for older drivers, but largely ignoring how car dependence often forces seniors to take the wheel even when they can no longer do so safely.