New Digital Forum Eyes Road Safety and the Threat from Red-Light Running
Safety Street to Showcase Expert Voices and Personal Stories About the Impact of Dangerous Driver Behavior
WASHINGTON, Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The National Coalition for Safer Roads (NCSR) has launched Safety Street — www.NCSRsafety.org/SafetyStreet — a dynamic online destination with the latest news and information about dangerous driver behavior and its effect on communities across the country. The new blog brings together a range of compelling voices to examine and discuss road safety issues and the role that technology plays in keeping communities safe.
“Safety Street is a dedicated online resource where safety organizations and transportation experts will join forces to reach a broader audience,” said David Kelly, Executive Director of the National Coalition for Safer Roads. “We’ve launched this new NCSR platform to provide a consistent flow of information about the latest road safety research and industry developments – with the goal of heightening awareness about issues like red-light running, distracted and impaired driving, speeding and more.”
Safety Street contributors will include industry leaders; safety advocates; notable researchers and academics; and partner organizations. In addition to news and information about road safety, Safety Street will provide Q&A series with industry leaders, features on partner organizations, compelling videos and industry conference coverage.
For more information on the blog Safety Street, visit www.NCSRsafety.org/SafetyStreet and stay informed on all things road safety as the blog develops in 2013.
The National Coalition for Safer Roads helps save lives and protect communities by demonstrating how red-light safety cameras can improve driver behavior. NCSR brings together policymakers, community leaders and concerned citizens in support of red-light safety cameras, advocating for their use in cities and communities across the country. The National Coalition for Safer Roads is a 501 (c)(6) industry trade association. To learn more, please visit www.NCSRsafety.org, follow @SaferRoadsUSA on Twitter and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/SaferRoadsUSA.
SOURCE National Coalition for Safer Roads