By Katrina Yu, Dan Sagalyn
As states across the country legalize marijuana, efforts to determine whether someone is too high to drive is becoming a thorny public health issue. From brain functioning analyses and phone apps to training police officers on looking for signs, Hari…
By Sam Weber, Connie Kargbo, Hari Sreenivasan
Carpooling is at a new low -- but popular internet ride-hailing services, such as Uber and Lyft, may have the potential to change that.
By Rebecca Beitsch, Stateline
Virtual reality is shedding light on the dangers of driving stoned.
By Catherine Woods
By PBS NewsHour
New drunken-driving laws in British Columbia have led to a dramatic decrease (roughly 50%). Officials ramped up penalties on drivers who tested at a lower blood alcohol level (.05, as opposed to the current .08 legal standard) and authorized police…
More fuel efficient cars means less gas is pumped, which means less gas tax is collected and even less cash on hand for states to repair roads and bridges. As a solution, Oregon is moving forward on a new idea…
New drunk-driving laws in British Columbia have led to a dramatic decrease (roughly 50%) in alcohol-related fatalities over the past two years. Officials ramped up penalties on drivers who tested at a lower blood alcohol level (.05, as opposed to…
Can Lure of Driver's Licenses Keep Kids in School?…
In other news Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board recommended a ban on using a cell phone while driving. It said the ban should apply to both hands-free and hand-held phones. Also, at least 28 people were killed in violence…
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