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DateArticleAuthor
June 8, 1900May Arrest Mr. VanderbiltThe New York Times
January 4, 1916AUTO FATALITIES ARE DECREASINGThe Urbana Daily Courier
January 3, 1994New Car Assessment Program; Consideration of a Public MeetingBarry Felrice
January 4, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Antilock Brake Systems for Light VehiclesBarry Felrice
January 11, 1994New Car Assessment Program; Technical Report; Correlation of NCAP Performance With Fatality Risk in Actual Head-On CollisionsDonald C. Bischoff
January 14, 1994Highway Safety Programs; Determination of EffectivenessRodney E. Slater
Howard M. Smolkin
January 19, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Air Brake Systems--Control Line Pressure BalanceBarry Felrice
January 19, 1994Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation; Lighting Devices, Reflectors, and Electrical EquipmentRodney E. Slater
January 20, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated EquipmentNHTSA
February 14, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Air Brake Systems; Air Applied, Mechanically Held Brake SystemsHoward M. Smolkin
February 15, 1994Controlled Substances & Alcohol Use and TestingFederico Peña
Rodney E. Slater
February 15, 1994Highway Safety Programs; Model Specifications for Screening Devices to Measure Alcohol in Bodily FluidsMichael B. Brownlee
February 15, 1994Limitation on Alcohol Use by Transportation Workers; NoticeFederico Peña
Rodney E. Slater
Gordon J. Linton
February 15, 1994Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs and Proposed Model Specifications for Screening Devices To Measure Alcohol in Bodily Fluids; Final Rule, Proposed Rule, NoticeFederico Peña
February 16, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Child Restraint SystemsChristopher A. Hart
February 23, 1994Private Motor Carriers of PassengersRodney E. Slater
March 9, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, Electric Vehicles Controls and Displays; Windshield Defrosting and Defogging SystemsChristopher A. Hart
March 10, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Occupant Crash ProtectionChristopher A. Hart
March 14, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Theft ProtectionBarry Felrice
March 15, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Metric ConversionBarry Felrice
March 16, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Child Restraint SystemsBarry Felrice
April 5, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Child Restraint SystemsChristopher A. Hart
April 8, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated EquipmentBarry Felrice
April 12, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Stability and Control of Medium and Heavy Vehicles During BrakingBarry Felrice
April 15, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Occupant Crash Protection; Seat Belt AssembliesChristopher A. Hart
April 18, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Air Brake Systems; Automatic Brake AdjustersChristopher A. Hart
April 25, 1994Consumer Information Regulations Uniform Tire Quality Grading StandardsBarry Felrice
April 25, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Fuel System Integrity of Compressed Natural Gas VehiclesChristopher A. Hart
April 26, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Occupant Crash ProtectionBarry Felrice
May 4, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Bus Emergency Exits and Window Retention and ReleaseHoward M. Smolkin
May 6, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Fuel System Integrity of Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles Over 4536 Kilograms Gross Vehicle Weight RatingBarry Felrice
May 17, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Fuel System Integrity; Crossover LinesBarry Felrice
May 17, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Tire Selection and Rims for Motor Vehicles Other Than Passenger CarsChristopher A. Hart
May 18, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Occupant Crash ProtectionChristopher A. Hart
June 2, 1994Discretionary Cooperative Agreements To Support Biomechanics ResearchGeorge L. Parker
June 15, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Side Impact Protection--Light Trucks, Buses and Multipurpose Passenger VehiclesBarry Felrice
June 20, 1994Importation of Vehicles and Equipment Subject to Federal Safety, Bumper, and Theft Prevention Standards; Registered Importers of Vehicles Not Originally Manufactured To Conform to the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety StandardsChristopher A. Hart
June 28, 1994Consumer Information Regulations; Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Rollover PreventionBarry Felrice
July 5, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS); New Pneumatic TiresBarry Felrice
July 11, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard; Convex Cross View Mirrors on School BusesBarry Felrice
July 13, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Air Brake Systems Control Line Pressure BalancePatricia P. Breslin
July 19, 1994Discretionary Cooperative Agreement To Support Research To Evaluate the Validity of a Functional Capacity Index That Measures the Consequences of Injuries Sustained in Motor Vehicle CrashesDonald C. Bischoff
July 21, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Seating Systems; Pedestal SeatsChristopher A. Hart
July 21, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Child Restraint SystemsChristopher A. Hart
July 26, 1994Vehicle Safety Information for ConsumersBarry Felrice
August 1, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, New Pneumatic Tires; Consumer Information Regulations Uniform Tire Quality Grading StandardsChristopher A. Hart
August 2, 1994Highway Safety Programs; Model Specifications for Screening Devices To Measure Alcohol in Bodily FluidsMichael B. Brownlee
August 3, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Occupant Crash ProtectionChristopher A. Hart
August 3, 1994Parts and Accessories Necessary For Safe Operation; Automatic Brake Adjusters and Brake Adjustment IndicatorsRodney E. Slater
August 8, 1994Discretionary Cooperative Agreement To Foster the Development, Evaluation, and Deployment of a Heavy Vehicle Intelligent Dynamic Stability Enhancement System(s)W.A. Walsh
George L. Parker
August 9, 1994Incentive Grant Criteria for Drunk Driving Prevention ProgramsChristopher A. Hart
August 11, 1994Criteria for Use of Blue ``Star of Life'' for Emergency Medical ServicesMichael Brownlee
August 23, 1994Temporary Exemption From Motor Vehicle Safety StandardsDonald C. Bischoff
August 26, 1994Consumer Information Regulations; Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Rollover PreventionBarry Felrice
August 30, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Door Locks and Door Retention ComponentsBarry Felrice
September 8, 1994Highway Work Zone Safety ProgramRodney E. Slater
September 26, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Compressed Natural Gas Fuel Container IntegrityRicardo Martinez
September 26, 1994New Car Assessment Program (NCAP)Barry Felrice
September 28, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Occupant Crash ProtectionBarry Felrice
September 29, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Warning DevicesChristopher A. Hart
September 30, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards for Electric VehiclesStanley R. Scheiner
October 7, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Occupant Crash ProtectionBarry Felrice
October 14, 1994Anthropomorphic Test Dummy; Side Impact ProtectionChristopher A. Hart
October 14, 1994Importation of Vehicles and Equipment Subject to Federal Safety, Bumper, and Theft Prevention Standards; Registered Importers of Vehicles Not Originally Manufactured To Conform to the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety StandardsRicardo Martinez
November 2, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated EquipmentChristopher A. Hart
November 3, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Brake Hoses and Motor Vehicle Brake Fluids; Termination of RulemakingBarry Felrice
November 21, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Lamps, Reflective Devices and Associated EquipmentBarry Felrice
December 13, 1994Highway Safety Programs; Determination of EffectivenessRodney E. Slater
Ricardo Martinez
December 19, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Fuel System Integrity of Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles; Compressed Natural Gas Fuel Container IntegrityBarry Felrice
December 28, 1994Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Compressed Natural Gas Fuel Container IntegrityRicardo Martinez
January 6, 1997NHTSA WARNS ABOUT RISK OF FIRE WHILE FILLING PORTABLE GAS CONTAINERSNHTSA
January 6, 1997Statement Regarding the Air Bag Roundtable of Monday, Jan. 6, 1997 from the National Highway Traffic Safety AdministrationNHTSA
January 7, 1997NHTSA SIGNS AIR BAG JOINT RESEARCH AGREEMENT WITH TRANSPORT CANADANHTSA
January 31, 1997NHTSA ANNOUNCES NEW COMPUTER DATABASE COMPATIBILITY OF CHILD SAFETYSHOWING SEATSNHTSA
February 10, 1997NHTSA CONTINUES TO MONITOR CHRYSLER HATCH LATCH REPLACEMENT RATES IN OLDER VEHICLESNHTSA
February 15, 1997PRESIDENT CLINTON UNVEILS NEW UNIVERSAL CHILD SEAT ATTACHMENT SYSTEM TO MAKE INSTALLATION SAFER, EASIERNHTSA
February 26, 1997MEDIA ADVISORY: NHTSA RELEASES SECOND GROUP OF 1997 FRONTAL CRASH TEST RESULTSNHTSA
March 3, 1997REPLACEMENT OF TAKATA SAFETY BELTS PROGRESSING TOO SLOWLY, NHTSA SAYSNHTSA
March 4, 1997NEW WIRELESS PHONE ALLIANCE A BOOST FOR TRAFFIC SAFETYNHTSA
March 14, 1997NHTSA PERMITS MANUFACTURERS TO USE LOWER POWERED AIR BAGSNHTSA
March 18, 1997NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JANUARY RECALLSNHTSA
March 27, 1997SAFETY SEATS FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES SECRETARY SLATER, CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL PROMOTE CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY IN LOS ANGELESNHTSA
March 27, 1997TRANSPORTATION, FORD, UNVEIL NEW SAFETY VIDEO TO PROTECT NEWBORNS IN VEHICLESNHTSA
April 2, 1997TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER TELLS BALTIMORE STUDENTS ABOUT SAFETYNHTSA
April 9, 1997Media Advisory: NHTSA Publishes List Of February RecallsNHTSA
April 9, 1997NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF FEBRUARY RECALLSNHTSA
April 11, 1997NHTSA RELEASES SIDE CRASH TEST RESULTS IN NEW CONSUMER INFORMATION PROGRAMNHTSA
April 16, 1997TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY RELEASES NATIONAL STRATEGY TO INCREASE SEAT BELT USENHTSA
April 24, 1997NHTSA RELEASES THIRD GROUP OF 1997 FRONTAL CRASH TEST RESULTSNHTSA
April 29, 1997SLATER ANNOUNCES $100,000 GRANT TO COMBAT D.C. AREA AGGRESSIVE DRIVINGNHTSA
April 30, 1997TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER COMMENDS THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA'S NEW SEAT BELT LAWNHTSA
May 2, 1997CHRYSLER PAYS $140,000 CIVIL PENALTY FOR DODGE RAM FUEL SYSTEM FAILURENHTSA
May 5, 1997NHTSA ANNOUNCES INITIATIVES TO HELP CONSUMERSNHTSA
May 5, 1997NHTSA NAMES RECIPIENT OF SAFETY RESEARCH AWARDNHTSA
May 5, 1997NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF MARCH RECALLSNHTSA
May 13, 1997NATIONAL SAFETY AGENCY EXPANDS "BUCKLE UP" MESSAGE TO INCLUDE BICYCLE HELMETSNHTSA
May 19, 1997NATIONAL SAFETY AGENCY ANNOUNCES WEEK TO RECOGNIZE EMERGENCY CARE PROVIDERSNHTSA
May 19, 1997SECRETARY SLATER LAUNCHES BUCKLE UP, AMERICA! WEEKNHTSA
May 23, 1997TOP SAFETY AGENCY TEAMS UP WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT IN 50 STATES TO REDUCE MEMORIAL DAY CRASHESNHTSA
June 3, 1997NHTSA ANNOUNCES SAFETY RECALL OF COSCO CHILD SAFETY SEATSNHTSA
June 3, 1997TRANSPORTATION SEEKS COMMENT ON DRAFT CARGO LIABILITY STUDYNHTSA
June 9, 1997NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF APRIL RECALLSNHTSA
June 9, 1997TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER ASKS TRAFFIC SAFETY CONFERENCE TO CONTINUE LIFESAVING EFFORTSNHTSA
June 9, 1997TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER JOINS WITH FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL IN PROMOTING CHILD SAFETY SEAT USENHTSA
June 10, 1997NHTSA RELEASES STUDIES ON RELATION OF VEHICLE SIZE TO OCCUPANT SAFETYNHTSA
June 27, 1997NHTSA RELEASES FINAL GROUP OF 1997 FRONTAL CRASH TEST RESULTSNHTSA
June 27, 1997NHTSA RELEASES FINAL GROUP OF 1997 FRONTAL CRASH TEST RESULTS AND SECOND GROUP OF SIDE CRASH TEST RESULTSNHTSA
June 30, 1997NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF MAY RECALLSNHTSA
July 15, 1997NHTSA ANNOUNCES TWO SAFETY RECALLS OF EVENFLO CHILD SEATSNHTSA
July 17, 1997NHTSA TERMS 1996 FATALITY TOLL ESSENTIALLY UNCHANGED DESPITE UPWARD PRESSURESNHTSA
August 5, 1997NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JUNE RECALLSNHTSA
August 5, 1997SEVEN NEW STATES GET FUNDING TO OFFER PEER-TO-PEER TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TRACKING COSTS OF MOTOR VEHICLE CRASHESNHTSA
August 21, 1997SECRETARY SLATER CAUTIONS MOTORISTS TO DRIVE SAFELY DURING PEAK TRAVEL SEASONNHTSA
August 25, 1997NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JULY RECALLSNHTSA
September 22, 1997NHTSA WILL CRASH TEST 70 MODEL YEAR 1998 VEHICLESNHTSA
September 25, 1997NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF AUGUST RECALLSNHTSA
October 2, 1997SECRETARY SLATER ANNOUNCES AWARDS TO SIX STATES TO INCREASE SEAT BELT USENHTSA
October 15, 1997TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES $2.4 MILLION IN GRANTS FOR EIGHT STATESNHTSA
October 30, 1997BAKER AWARDS RECOGNIZE TRAFFIC SAFETY EFFORTSNHTSA
November 4, 1997NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF SEPTEMBER RECALLSNHTSA
December 2, 1997NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF OCTOBER RECALLSNHTSA
December 29, 1997NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF NOVEMBER RECALLSNHTSA
January 2, 1998Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Head Impact ProtectionRicardo Martinez
January 2, 1998Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Reflecting SurfacesL. Robert Shelton
January 5, 1998Procedures for Participating in and Receiving Data From the National Driver Register Problem Driver Pointer SystemJohn Womack
January 7, 1998CELLULAR PHONES, OTHER WIRELESS DEVICES OFFER BENEFITS, CARRY RISKSNHTSA
January 13, 1998Among Interstate Truck and Bus Drivers, LOW INCIDENCE OF ALCOHOL USE ALLOWS FOR REDUCED TESTING RATEFederal Highway Administration
January 15, 1998Trinity Trailer Mfg., Inc.; Application for Temporary Exemption From Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 224L. Robert Shelton
January 23, 1998Media Advisory: NHTSA RELEASES FIRST GROUP OF 1998 FRONTAL AND SIDE CRASH TEST RESULTSNHTSA
January 26, 1998Dan Hill & Associates, Inc.; Grant of Application for Temporary Exemption From Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 224Ricardo Martinez
January 26, 1998Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Occupant Crash ProtectionRicardo Martinez
January 26, 1998Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Rear Impact Guards; Rear Impact ProtectionRicardo Martinez
January 26, 1998MICHAEL RUSSELL NAMED NHTSA DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC AND CONSUMER AFFAIRSNHTSA
January 27, 1998Certification of Speed Limit EnforcementKenneth R. Wykle
February 2, 1998Mercedes-Benz U.S. International, Inc.; Application for Temporary Exemption From Five Federal Motor Vehicle Safety StandardsL. Robert Shelton
February 2, 1998Safety Performance Standards and Research and Development Programs MeetingsL. Robert Shelton
February 4, 1998Anthropomorphic Test Dummy; Occupant Crash ProtectionRicardo Martinez
February 4, 1998NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF DECEMBER RECALLSNHTSA
February 4, 1998Statement of Ricardo Martinez, M.D. Administrator, National Highway Traffic Safety AdministrationNHTSA
February 6, 1998Denial of Motor Vehicle Defect PetitionKenneth N. Weinstein
February 6, 1998DeTomaso Modena S.p.A.; Receipt of Application for Temporary Exemption From Three Federal Motor Vehicle Safety StandardsL. Robert Shelton
February 6, 1998Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Denial of Petition for RulemakingL. Robert Shelton
February 10, 1998Availability of the Revised Draft Guideline for Minimum Uniform Crash CriteriaPatricia Breslin, Ph.D.
Michael Trentacoste
February 11, 1998Safety Advisory: Unauthorized Cargo Tanks Used to Transport Hazardous MaterialsKenneth R. Wykle
February 17, 1998Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Stability and Control of Medium and Heavy Vehicles During BrakingRicardo Martinez
February 18, 1998Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Lamps, Reflective Devices and Associated EquipmentRicardo Martinez
February 18, 1998Manufactured Home Tires, Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation, and Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards; Final RuleKenneth R. Wykle
Nicolas P. Retsinas
February 18, 1998Sport Utility Vehicles Will Get Close Look: NHTSA LTV SAFETY PROJECT MOVES ON TO CRASH TESTINGNHTSA
February 20, 1998Cosco, Inc.; Receipt of Application for Decision of Inconsequential NoncomplianceL. Robert Shelton
February 20, 1998Public Meeting To Discuss Requirements for Brake Hoses Used on Commercial Motor VehiclesPaul L. Brennan
February 23, 1998Media Advisory: NHTSA Sport Utility Vehicle Crash Test Open to Press/PhotographersNHTSA
February 24, 1998Denial of Motor Vehicle Defect PetitionKenneth N. Weinstein
February 24, 1998Denial of Motor Vehicle Defect PetitionKenneth N. Weinstein
February 24, 1998NHTSA ANNOUNCES SAFETY RECALL OF COSCO CHILD SEATSNHTSA
February 24, 1998Sunshine Act Meeting; Public Hearing on Safety of Nation's Transit Bus SystemsRay Smith
February 27, 1998Highway Safety Programs; Model Specifications for Devices To Measure Breath AlcoholJames L. Nichols
March 2, 1998Commercial Driver Disqualification ProvisionKenneth R. Wykle
March 2, 1998Reports, Forms and Recordkeeping Requirements; Agency Information Collection Activity Under OMB ReviewVanester M. Williams
March 4, 1998Statement of Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater on the Lautenberg/Dewine AmendmentU.S. Department of Transportation
March 5, 1998Fleetwood Enterprises, Inc.; Action on Application for Decision of Inconsequential NoncomplianceL. Robert Shelton
March 5, 1998FREIGHTLINER TO DONATE TRUCK CAB, GIVING BOOST TO SIMULATOR SAFETY STUDIESNHTSA
March 5, 1998NHTSA, CPSC ANNOUNCE RECALL OF EVENFLO `ON MY WAY' INFANT CAR SEATS/CARRIERSNHTSA
March 6, 1998NHTSA and NASCAR Team Up to Buckle Up: TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY ASKS AMERICA'S BEST "SUNDAY DRIVERS" TO TEACH RULES OF THE ROADNHTSA
March 11, 1998NEW RULE WOULD DISQUALIFY COMMERCIAL VEHICLE DRIVERS FOR GRADE CROSSING VIOLATIONSFederal Highway Administration
March 11, 1998NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JANUARY RECALLSNHTSA
March 11, 1998Notice of Request for Renewal of an Existing Information Collection; Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, Driver's Record of Duty StatusGeorge Moore
March 16, 1998Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Stability and Control of Medium and Heavy Vehicles During BrakingRicardo Martinez
March 18, 1998NHTSA ANNOUNCES PENALTIES FOR SELLING VANS AS SCHOOL BUSESNHTSA
March 23, 1998Media Advisory: NHTSA RELEASES SECOND GROUP OF 1998 FRONTAL AND SIDE CRASH TEST RESULTSNHTSA
March 24, 1998DOWNEY ANNOUNCES NEW HIGHWAY WORKER SAFETY INITIATIVEU.S. Department of Transportation
March 24, 1998STATEMENT BY THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION REGARDING AGREEMENT ON GLOBAL TECHNICAL REGULATIONSNHTSA
March 26, 1998Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards: Air Brake SystemsL. Robert Shelton
March 30, 1998CENTER BRAKE LIGHTS PREVENT CRASHES, SAVE MILLIONS IN PROPERTY DAMAGENHTSA
March 31, 1998NHTSA PRESENTS 18 AWARDS FOR SAFETY ACCOMPLISHMENTSNHTSA
April 2, 1998Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Occupant Crash ProtectionL. Robert Shelton
April 2, 1998Side Impact Protection: Side Impact DummyRicardo Martinez
April 6, 1998DOT Secretary Slater Announces Award Of $2.28 Million for Grade-Crossing Projects On NC Designated High-Speed Rail CorridorFederal Railroad Administration
April 9, 1998SECRETARY SLATER PROPOSES NEW LABEL WARNING OF ROLLOVER DANGER FOR SPORT UTILITY VEHICLESNHTSA
April 10, 1998TRAUMA CENTER SUCCESS STORY CAPS TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY'S TOURNHTSA
April 16, 1998NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF FEBRUARY RECALLSNHTSA
April 16, 1998NHTSA RELEASES THIRD GROUP OF CRASH TEST RESULTSNHTSA
April 21, 1998STATEMENT BY NHTSA ADMINISTRATOR MARTINEZ REGARDING NEWS REPORTS SUGGESTING A CHANGE IN NHTSA'S SO-CALLED SPORTS UTILITY VEHICLE POLICYNHTSA
April 27, 1998TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF WASHINGTON BELTWAY DRIVER SURVEYNHTSA
April 30, 1998SECRETARY SLATER ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP TO COMBAT RED LIGHT RUNNING NATIONWIDEFederal Highway Administration
May 1, 1998NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF MARCH RECALLSNHTSA
May 7, 1998TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER CAUTIONS: TAKE CARE THAT PROM NIGHT DOES NOT TURN TO TRAGEDYNHTSA
May 14, 1998TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER SAYS ALCOHOL-RELATED TRAFFIC DEATHS DROPPED TO A RECORD LOW IN 1997NHTSA
May 18, 1998STATEMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER ON "BUCKLE UP, AMERICA!" WEEKU.S. Department of Transportation
May 21, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Cautions Motorists to Drive Safely During Memorial Day WeekendU.S. Department of Transportation
May 29, 1998NHTSA ANNOUNCES RECALL OF EVENFLO CHILD SEATSU.S. Department of Transportation
June 4, 1998Transportation Department Teams With AAA To Promote New Teen Driver ProgramU.S. Department of Transportation
June 8, 1998NHTSA Publishes List of April RecallsNHTSA
June 10, 1998U.S, Mexico Sign Memorandum of Understanding On Drug And Alcohol Testing of Commercial DriversU.S. Department of Transportation
June 22, 1998NHTSA Proposes Ways to Ensure Active Public Participation in Development of Global Motor Vehicle Safety StandardsNHTSA
June 22, 1998NHTSA Publishes List of May RecallsNHTSA
June 24, 1998Slater Commends California on 90 Percent Seat Belt UseU.S. Department of Transportation
June 26, 1998NHTSA Proposes New Child Crash Dummy, New Science Will Lead To Improved Family and Child SafetyNHTSA
June 26, 1998NHTSA Signs Agreement in Geneva Concerning Establishing Global Technical RegulationsNHTSA
June 29, 1998South Carolina's Omnibus Highway Safety Act Makes Zero Tolerance for Youth the Law of the LandNHTSA
July 8, 1998Frank Seales Named NHTSA Chief CounselNHTSA
July 22, 1998STATEMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY RODNEY SLATER ON ENACTMENT OF ANTI-DRUNK DRIVING MEASURESU.S. Department of Transportation
July 30, 1998NHTSA's New Head Protection Rule Puts New Technology on Fast TrackNHTSA
July 31, 1998NHTSA Awards Funds for New Technology Education in Traffic CourtNHTSA
August 3, 1998NHTSA Proposes Reduced Glare From Daytime Running Lights In Motor VehiclesNHTSA
August 4, 1998NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JUNE RECALLSNHTSA
August 7, 1998Slater Announces Comprehensive Plan To Enhance School Bus SafetyNHTSA
August 13, 1998NHTSA Announces Recall Of Fisher-Price "Safe Embrace" Convertible Child Safety SeatsNHTSA
August 24, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Historic Decline In Alcohol-Related Traffic DeathsNHTSA
August 29, 1998SECRETARY SLATER WELCOMES NEW SAFETY AMBASSADORS AND URGES KIDS TO BUCKLE UPU.S. Department of Transportation
August 31, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposal for New Small Female Crash Dummy; New Science Will Lead to Improved Air Bag SafetyNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $1 Million in Federal Grants For Hawaii to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $1 Million in Federal Grants For Maine to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $1 Million in Federal Grants For New Hampshire to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $1 Million in Federal Grants For Vermont to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $1.2 Million in Federal Grants For Idaho to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $1.5 Million in Federal Grants For New Mexico to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $18 Million in Federal Grants For California to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $2.5 Million in Federal Grants For Oregon to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $3.1 Million in Federal Grants For Alabama to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $4.5 Million in Federal Grants For North Carolina to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $7.7 Million in Federal Grants For Illinois to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $71 Million in Incentive Grants To Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces $8.1 Million in Federal Grants For Florida to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces Nearly $4 Million in Federal Grants For Virginia to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 3, 1998Vice President Gore Announces$1.4 Million in Federal Grants For Utah to Deter Drunk DrivingNHTSA
September 14, 1998NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JULY RECALLSNHTSA
September 14, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposal to Preserve, Enhance Benefits Of Air Bags and Reduce RisksNHTSA
September 15, 1998NHTSA RELEASES CRASH TEST RESULTS FOR THREE NOTABLE CARSNHTSA
September 22, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposed Rules for Modifying Vehicles For People with DisabilitiesNHTSA
September 29, 1998SECRETARY SLATER, GOVERNOR ROMER ANNOUNCE SIGNIFICANT JUMP IN COLORADO'S SAFETY BELT USAGENHTSA
September 29, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Grant to Hispanic Coalition For National Traffic Safety ProgramNHTSA
September 30, 1998New Guardrail Guidelines Will Enhance Highway SafetyFederal Highway Administration
October 6, 1998NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF AUGUST RECALLSNHTSA
October 7, 1998MILWAUKEE WINS FEDERAL HELP TO CONTROL AGGRESSIVE DRIVINGNHTSA
October 7, 1998Nation's Top Traffic Safety Official Urges Travelers To Take Care With Change To Standard TimeNHTSA
October 15, 1998New FHWA Facility Will Aid Highway Bridge SafetyFederal Highway Administration
October 26, 1998$1.2 Billion for Safety: Secretary Slater Announces $16.7 Million For California, $53 Million in Grants Nationwide to Boost Seat Belt UseNHTSA
October 26, 1998$1.2 Billion for Safety: Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $53 Million in Grants to Boost Seat Belt Use NationwideNHTSA
October 26, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Urges Special Effort by Parents, Children To Stop, Look, Listen on HalloweenNHTSA
October 27, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Says Traffic Death Rate Dropped to Record Low in 1997NHTSA
November 4, 1998NHTSA SETS STRONGER STANDARDS FOR SMALL SCHOOL BUSESNHTSA
November 8, 1998FHWA Recognizes Outstanding Roadway Safety ProjectsFederal Highway Administration
November 19, 1998Highway Passenger Safety: BLUE RIBBON PANEL NAMED FOR PROTECTING 'FORGOTTEN CHILDREN'NHTSA
November 20, 1998NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF SEPTEMBER RECALLSNHTSA
November 23, 1998Federal Highway Administration Withdraws from Participation In Truck and Bus SummitFederal Highway Administration
November 23, 1998Transportation Secretary Slater Hails Increased Seat Belt Use In National Capital RegionNHTSA
November 27, 1998NHTSA WILL CRASH TEST 63 MODEL YEAR 1999 VEHICLESNHTSA
December 1, 199811 Children Died in Car Trunks: NHTSA Announces Expert Panel To Study Trunk EntrapmentNHTSA
December 10, 1998New DOT Consumer Guide Makes Shopping for Safety Features EasierNHTSA
December 10, 1998NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF OCTOBER RECALLSNHTSA
December 10, 1998NHTSA RELEASES CRASH TEST RESULTS FOR FOUR 1999 VEHICLESNHTSA
December 14, 1998NHTSA's New Guide Improves Older Pedestrian SafetyNHTSA
December 18, 1998NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF NOVEMBER RECALLSNHTSA
December 23, 1998Media Advisory: New Crash Test Results Available on NHTSA?s World Wide Web SiteU.S. Department of Transportation
January 13, 1999Media Advisory: New Crash Test Result Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
January 22, 1999Secretary Slater Announces Results Of Survey On Speeding and Unsafe Driving, National Program To Prevent Red Light RunningU.S. Department of Transportation
January 26, 1999ROSE McMURRAY NAMED HEAD OF NHTSA TRAFFIC SAFETY PROGRAMSNHTSA
January 28, 1999NHTSA TO HOLD LISTENING SESSION BEFORE IMPLEMENTING AGREEMENT ON GLOBAL TECHNICAL REGULATIONSNHTSA
January 29, 1999U.S., CANADA REACH AGREEMENT ON COMMERCIAL DRIVER CONDITIONSFederal Highway Administration
February 5, 1999NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF DECEMBER RECALLSNHTSA
February 16, 1999SIGNIFICANT GAINS IN 1998 PUSH SEAT BELT USE TO HISTORIC LEVELSNHTSA
February 24, 1999Transportation Secretary Slater Calls on Diversity Forum To Help Reduce Traffic InjuriesNHTSA
March 3, 1999Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $5 Million in Grants to States, TerritoriesNHTSA
March 5, 1999DOT REQUIRES UPGRADED ROLLOVER WARNING LABEL FOR SPORT UTILITY VEHICLESNHTSA
March 8, 1999NHTSA RELEASES SECOND GROUP OF CRASH TEST RESULTSNHTSA
March 15, 1999NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JANUARY RECALLSNHTSA
March 15, 1999Statement by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration regarding Settlement with Ford Motor CompanyNHTSA
March 15, 1999Statement by U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater On Safety Recommendations of Blue Ribbon Panel II For Protecting Older Child Passengers in Motor VehiclesNHTSA
March 22, 19998,500 Billboards Across America To Remind Motorists to Buckle UpNHTSA
March 23, 1999NHTSA Announces Recipients Of Highway Safety AwardsNHTSA
March 26, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Requirement To Make Large Truck Trailers More VisibleFederal Highway Administration
March 29, 1999NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF FEBRUARY RECALLSNHTSA
April 6, 1999NHTSA Deputy Administrator Phil Recht to Practice Law in Los AngelesNHTSA
April 9, 1999U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER CONDUCTS ROUNDTABLE MEETING ON HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSING SAFETYFederal Railroad Administration
April 10, 1999CLINTON ADMINISTRATION COMMITTED TO ASSURING TRUCK SAFETY, SLATER SAYSU.S. Department of Transportation
April 19, 1999FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATOR PARTICIPATES IN CONGRESSIONAL MEETING ON HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSING SAFETYFederal Railroad Administration
April 20, 1999FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATOR MEETS WITH LAREDO MAYOR ON HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSING SAFETY
April 20, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Applauds Daimler Chrysler for Funding Alabama Crash Research CenterNHTSA
April 22, 1999New NHTSA Crash Test Results Available on World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
April 25, 1999NBA All Star Karl Malone Accepts DOT Highway Safety AwardFederal Highway Administration
April 28, 1999U.S. Transportation Department Studies Find Strict Laws, Tough Enforcement Are Effective Life Savers on HighwaysNHTSA
April 30, 1999Secretary Slater, CART Chairman Craig Announce Joint Safety InitiativeNHTSA
May 10, 1999NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF MARCH RECALLSNHTSA
May 11, 1999Media Advisory: NHTSA Publishes List Of March RecallsNHTSA
May 20, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Hails Trucking Safety Commitment by Labor, ManagementFederal Highway Administration
May 24, 1999Transportation Secretary Slater Hails Increased Seat Belt UseNHTSA
May 25, 1999U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY ACTION PLANU.S. Department of Transportation
May 25, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces Plan to Reduce Truck-Related DeathsU.S. Department of Transportation
May 26, 1999STATEMENT BY U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER UPON MICHIGAN'S ADOPTION OF A STANDARD ENFORCEMENT SEAT BELT BILLNHTSA
May 27, 19991998 Traffic Fatalities Decline; Alcohol-Related Deaths Reach Record LowNHTSA
June 1, 1999FHWA Administrator Kicks Off International Safety Week On Truck and Bus SafetyFederal Highway Administration
June 1, 1999STATEMENT BY U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER ON ADOPTION BY TEXAS OF .08 BAC AS THE STANDARD FOR DRUNK DRIVINGNHTSA
June 3, 1999NHTSA/NIH Combat Problem of Fatigue, Sleepiness Among Fast-Growing Populations Of Shift Workers and TeenagersNHTSA
June 4, 1999NHTSA RELEASES THIRD GROUP OF CRASH TEST RESULTSNHTSA
June 8, 1999Statement of Secretary Slater Concerning Trunk Entrapment Expert Panel RecommendationsU.S. Department of Transportation
June 9, 1999NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF APRIL RECALLSNHTSA
June 18, 1999New NHTSA Crash Test Results Available on World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
June 24, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $35 Million Joint Research With GM On Vehicle Crash Warning SystemsFederal Highway Administration
July 2, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Urges Motorists to Drive Safely During July 4 WeekendU.S. Department of Transportation
July 6, 1999NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF MAY RECALLSNHTSA
July 8, 1999CPSC, NHTSA and Cosco Announce Recall of Infant Car Seats/CarriersNHTSA
July 8, 1999FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATOR CELEBRATES ECONOMIC IMPACT OF TEA-21 AT BLUE WATER BRIDGE EVENTFederal Highway Administration
July 15, 1999FHWA Receives Partnership Award For Worker Health and SafetyFederal Highway Administration
July 15, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater: Reflective Material on Freight Train Cars Would Improve Safety at Highway-Rail CrossingsFederal Railroad Administration
July 20, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Praises Meharry Medical College, GM For Report On Seat Belt UseNHTSA
July 23, 1999NHTSA ANNOUNCES FIRST PASSENGER CAR TO GET TOP SAFETY RATING IN SIDE CRASH TESTNHTSA
July 23, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Announces Funding For Grade Crossing Hazard Elimination Programs In Designated High-Speed CorridorsFederal Railroad Administration
July 28, 1999NHTSA WARNS FORD SVT MUSTANG COBRA OWNERS ABOUT POSSIBLE BRAKE HOSE FAILURESNHTSA
August 2, 1999Secretary Slater, FHWA Administrator Wykle Announce Legislation to Improve Motor Carrier SafetyU.S. Department of Transportation
August 4, 1999NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JUNE RECALLSNHTSA
August 5, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Reminds Drivers to Watch for MotorcyclistsNHTSA
August 11, 1999NHTSA Proposes Warning For Seat Belt Positioners For ChildrenNHTSA
August 13, 1999Final 1999 NHTSA Crash Test Result Available on World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
August 18, 1999Federal Highway Administration Toughens Key Safety Rule For Motor CarriersFederal Highway Administration
August 30, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposals Leading to Improved Small Bus SafetyFederal Highway Administration
August 31, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Hails First Phase of System To Make Child Seat Installation Safer, EasierNHTSA
September 2, 1999PRESIDENT CLINTON ANNOUNCES RECORD LOW FOR ALCOHOL-RELATED TRAFFIC DEATHSNHTSA
September 9, 1999NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JULY RECALLSNHTSA
September 13, 1999100 Years After First Pedestrian Traffic Fatality: U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Focuses Nation's Attention on Preventing Child Pedestrian Injuries, FatalitiesNHTSA
September 15, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $42.75 Million in Federal Grants to States To Deter Drunk Driving, Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
September 23, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater: Survey Shows Americans Run Red Lights Without Regard for ConsequencesFederal Highway Administration
September 28, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Reports Progress in Motor Carrier SafetyFederal Highway Administration
September 30, 1999NHTSA Administrator Ricardo Martinez, M.D. Will Leave NHTSA and Return to the Private SectorNHTSA
September 30, 1999Rosalyn Millman Appointed NHTSA Deputy AdministratorNHTSA
September 30, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces $1 Million for Georgia to Help Reduce Alcohol-Related CrashesNHTSA
September 30, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces $1 Million for Louisiana to Help Reduce Alcohol-Related CrashesNHTSA
September 30, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces $1 Million for Pennsylvania to Help Reduce Alcohol-Related CrashesNHTSA
September 30, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces Nearly $1 Million for Texas to Help Reduce Alcohol-Related CrashesNHTSA
October 1, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces Nearly $1 Million for Tennessee to Help Reduce Alcohol-RelatedNHTSA
October 14, 1999Statement of U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Concerning House Passage of H.R. 2679, the Motor Carrier Safety Act of 1999U.S. Department of Transportation
October 20, 1999Millman Named Acting NHTSA AdministratorNHTSA
October 21, 1999U.S. Secretary of Transportation Slater Applauds New Legislation to Restore Motor Carrier Safety Enforcement Authorities to DepartmentU.S. Department of Transportation
October 26, 1999Standard Time Returns Sunday -- Early Darkness Requires Extra CareNHTSA
October 28, 1999NHTSA WILL CRASH TEST 58 MODEL YEAR 2000 VEHICLESNHTSA
November 1, 1999NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF AUGUST RECALLSNHTSA
November 1, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Law Enforcement Video For Highway-Rail Grade Crossing SafetyFederal Railroad Administration
November 2, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Grants of $54.6 Million to Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
November 2, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Updated Proposal to Improve Benefits Of Air Bags and Reduce RisksNHTSA
November 16, 1999NEW BROCHURE COMPARES HEAD INJURY PROTECTION FOR NEW CARS, TRUCKSNHTSA
November 17, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Community Forums on Safety, Quality of LifeNHTSA
November 18, 1999STATEMENT OF U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER SUPPORTING THE MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY IMPROVEMENT BILLU.S. Department of Transportation
November 19, 1999STATEMENT OF U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER UPON SENATE PASSAGE OF MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY IMPROVEMENT BILLU.S. Department of Transportation
November 22, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Joins in Launching National Effort To Enforce Seat Belt, Child Seat LawsNHTSA
November 23, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Cautions Holiday Travelers About SafetyNHTSA
December 1, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces New Education Campaign to Stop Drunk DrivingNHTSA
December 3, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Bilingual Training Tool For Truckers Carrying Hazardous MaterialsOffice of Motor Carrier Safety
December 6, 1999NHTSA Publishes List of September RecallsNHTSA
December 10, 1999U.S. Department of Transportation Shuts Down Illinois Trucking FirmOffice of Motor Carrier Safety
December 15, 1999Transportation Partners Designate April 3-7 Work Zone Safety WeekFederal Highway Administration
December 15, 1999U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposal to Require Internal Trunk Releases on CarsNHTSA
December 20, 1999CPSC, NHTSA and Kolcraft Announce Recall of Infant Car Seats/CarriersNHTSA
December 21, 1999Tennis Stars Venus and Serena Williams Join U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater In Urging Motorists to "Buckle Up"NHTSA
December 27, 1999New NHTSA Crash Test Results For Model Year 2000 Passenger Cars Now Available on World Wide WebNHTSA
December 29, 1999NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF OCTOBER RECALLSNHTSA
January 6, 2000Media Advisory: New Crash Test Results Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
January 12, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposal to Require Train Horns At Public Highway-Rail Grade CrossingsFederal Railroad Administration
January 13, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Final Specifications for Crash Dummy Representing Six-Year-Old ChildNHTSA
January 18, 2000Statement by U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Commending National SAFE KIDS Campaign, GM for Promoting Child Passenger SafetyNHTSA
January 20, 2000Media Advisory: NHTSA Publishes List Of November RecallsNHTSA
January 20, 2000NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF NOVEMBER RECALLSNHTSA
February 4, 2000New Crash Test Results Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
February 4, 2000NHTSA Unveils New Brochure To Help Those with Disabilities Seeking Use of Adapted VehiclesNHTSA
February 9, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater To Launch Nationwide Effort Emphasizing Use of Booster SeatsNHTSA
February 14, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Marks National Child Passenger Safety Week By Promoting Booster Seat UseNHTSA
February 17, 2000Federal Railroad Administration Announces Public Hearings On Use of Locomotive Train Horns at Highway-Rail Grade CrossingsFederal Railroad Administration
February 25, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Grants of $25 Million to Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
March 10, 2000NHTSA Publishes List of December, January RecallsNHTSA
March 10, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Grants of $7.6 Million to 44 States to Improve Traffic RecordsNHTSA
March 13, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Charges Safety Conference to Help Meet Seat Belt Goal; Salutes Recipients of Highway Safety AwardsNHTSA
March 16, 2000NHTSA PROVIDES INFORMATION ON COSCO CHILD SEAT RECALLSNHTSA
March 28, 2000STATEMENT BY U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER UPON WASHINGTON's ADOPTION OF ANTON's LAWNHTSA
March 31, 2000FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES PUBLIC HEARINGS IN ILLINOIS AND OHIO CONCERNING USE OF LOCOMOTIVE TRAIN HORNS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL GRADE CROSSINGSFederal Railroad Administration
April 3, 2000TRANSPORTATION PARTNERS KICK OFF NATIONAL WORK ZONE SAFETY AWARENESS WEEKFederal Highway Administration
April 3, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Says Nation's Traffic Death Rates Reach Historic Low in 1999NHTSA
April 7, 2000NHTSA Publishes List of February 2000 RecallsNHTSA
April 14, 2000New NHTSA Crash Test Results Available on World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
April 17, 2000U.S. SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION RODNEY E. SLATER COMMENDS STATE OF NEW YORK FOR MEETING PRESIDENT CLINTON'S SEAT BELT GOAL OF 85 PERCENTNHTSA
April 19, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Praises Motor Company for New "Boost America!" CampaignNHTSA
April 28, 2000U.S. TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY SLATER APPLAUDS BLACK MAYORS FOR LEADERSHIP PROMOTING SEAT BELT USEU.S. Department of Transportation
May 1, 2000NHTSA ANNOUNCES SAFETY RECALL OF EVENFLO CHILD SEATSNHTSA
May 5, 2000U.S. Department of Transportation Announces First Public Hearing on Hours of Service of DriversFMCSA
May 5, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Advanced Air Bag Regulation that Improve Benefits and Reduce RisksNHTSA
May 10, 2000NHTSA Kicks-Off National Bike Month/Praises Youth Efforts to Promote Safe BicyclingNHTSA
May 12, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Announces Funding For Grade Crossing Hazard Elimination Programs In Designated High-Speed Rail CorridorsFederal Railroad Administration
May 19, 2000SECRETARY SLATER APPOINTS HART ACTING DEPUTY ADMINSTRATOR AT FMCSAU.S. Department of Transportation
May 22, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Launches Memorial Day National Effort To Enforce Seat Belt, Child Seat LawsNHTSA
May 23, 2000U.S. Department of Transportation Announces Public Meeting on Commercial Drivers License in IllinoisFMCSA
May 24, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Partnership With Ford Motor Company, Inova Fairfax Hospital In Establishing Crash Injury Research CenterNHTSA
May 25, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Proposal to Add Rollover Ratings To Auto Safety Consumer Information ProgramNHTSA
May 31, 2000NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF MARCH 2000 RECALLSNHTSA
May 31, 2000Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Award Of $400,000 to Combat Aggressive DrivingNHTSA
June 1, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Says Record Infrastructure Investments Have Improved Transportation Safety, System ConditionsFederal Highway Administration
June 8, 2000New Transportation Department Report Shows How European Practices Could Improve Commercial Vehicle Safety in U.S.Federal Highway Administration
June 9, 2000U.S. DOT Determined to Move Hours-of-Service Regulation Forward, Will Extend Time for Public CommentFMCSA
June 13, 2000New Rule for Marking Large Trucks To Ease Identification, Improve SafetyFMCSA
June 22, 2000NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF APRIL 2000 RECALLSNHTSA
June 26, 2000SECRETARY SLATER KICKS OFF BLUE RIBBON PANEL TO INCREASE SEAT BELT USE AMONG AFRICAN AMERICANSNHTSA
June 29, 2000U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Deputy Administrator Millman Launch You Drink & Drive. You Lose Mobilization And National Sobriety Checkpoint Week, June 28-July 5U.S. Department of Transportation
June 30, 2000Media Advisory: New Crash Test Result Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
June 30, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Urges Motorists, Boaters To Have a Safe July 4 WeekendU.S. Department of Transportation
July 6, 2000U.S. Department of Transportation Holding Final Public Hearing on Hours of Service of DriversFMCSA
July 7, 2000NHTSA SETS SESSIONS TO ADDRESS GROWING DRIVER DISTRACTION PROBLEMNHTSA
July 13, 2000Media Advisory: NHTSA Publishes List of May 2000 RecallsNHTSA
July 13, 2000NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF MAY 2000 RECALLSNHTSA
July 17, 2000NHTSA ANNOUNCES SAFETY RECALL OF BRITAX CHILD SAFETY SEATSNHTSA
July 25, 2000Media Advisory: New Crash Test Results Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
July 28, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater, CART's Bobby Rahal Extend Safety PartnershipNHTSA
July 31, 2000NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JUNE 2000 RECALLSNHTSA
August 8, 2000"SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL" DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM TO RECEIVE NHTSA FUNDINGNHTSA
August 9, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Calls on Truck Safety Stakeholders To Discuss Driver-Fatigue Safety StandardFMCSA
August 12, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Calls for Safer Driving, Seat Belt Use In National Medical Association AddressNHTSA
August 24, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces $69.7 Million in Incentive Grants To 17 States, D.C., With .08 BAC LawsNHTSA
August 24, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Tough New Safety Rule For Shutting Down Unfit Motor CarriersFMCSA
August 29, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Invites Public to Help Develop Long-Term Truck, Bus Safety StrategyFMCSA
August 30, 2000NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JULY 2000 RECALLSNHTSA
September 6, 2000Secretary Slater Announces Another Year of Progress for Highway SafetyNHTSA
September 6, 2000Statement by U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater on Bridgestone/Firestone RecallU.S. Department of Transportation
September 7, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Salutes Sen. Lautenberg For Achievements in Reducing Drunk DrivingU.S. Department of Transportation
September 12, 2000SECRETARY SLATER REMINDS CHILDREN ABOUT SAFETY ON WAY TO, FROM SCHOOLNHTSA
September 12, 2000Statement of U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Concerning The Senate Commerce Committee Hearings on the Bridgestone/Firestone RecallU.S. Department of Transportation
September 19, 2000STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENTNHTSA
September 19, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Calls On Congress to Enact .08 BAC LegislationNHTSA
September 20, 2000MOTORCYCLE DEATHS, INJURIES INCREASE IN TEXAS, ARKANSAS FOLLOWING HELMET LAW REPEALNHTSA
September 21, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater: New Study Finds Decrease in Fatalities Following Illinois' .08 BAC LawNHTSA
September 22, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Aggressive Fines for Repeat Violators of Safety Regs; Proposes to Shut Down Motor Carriers Who Don?t PayFMCSA
September 25, 2000U.S. Transportation Department Officials Meet with Truck, Bus Safety Stakeholders To Discuss Driver-Fatigue Safety StandardFMCSA
October 5, 2000Statement of U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Concerning Critical Motor Vehicle Safety Defect Investigation LegislationU.S. Department of Transportation
October 6, 2000Advisory: NHTSA Administrator Dr. Sue Bailey Warns Against Using Carrying Handle On Certain Century Infant Car Seats/CarriersNHTSA
October 12, 2000Statement of U.S. Transportation Secretary Rodney E. Slater Concerning Senate Passage of Motor Vehicle Safety Defect Investigation LegislationU.S. Department of Transportation
October 16, 2000CPSC, NHTSA and Century Announce Recall of Infant Car Seats/CarriersNHTSA
October 17, 2000NHTSA Announces New Safety Standard for Electric VehiclesNHTSA
October 17, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Standard to Require Internal Trunk Releases on CarsNHTSA
October 31, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Rodney E. Slater Announces Grants of $47.3 Million to Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
November 1, 2000NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF AUGUST 2000 RECALLSNHTSA
November 1, 2000NHTSA to Crash Largest Number Of Vehicles Ever For Consumer Information 113 Model Year 2001 VehiclesNHTSA
November 1, 2000Statement of U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater on the Signing of the Transportation Recall Enhancement, Accountability and Documentation (TREAD) ActNHTSA
November 7, 2000Federal Highway Administration Applauds Success of Local Efforts to Stop Red Light RunningFederal Highway Administration
November 7, 2000NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF SEPTEMBER 2000 RECALLSNHTSA
November 14, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces NHTSA Proposal to Upgrade Crash Fire Safety StandardNHTSA
November 20, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Joins in Seventh National Mobilization To Buckle Up Children and Fight Drunk DrivingNHTSA
November 21, 2000Media Advisory: New Crash Test Results Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
November 22, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Plan For Improving Child Restraint SystemsNHTSA
November 28, 2000FMCSA Announces Revised Rule For Motor Carrier Information ReportingFMCSA
November 29, 2000U.S. Department of Transportation Issues Final Report on Illinois, Florida CDL ProgramsFMCSA
November 30, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces First Rulemaking Implementing TREAD ActNHTSA
December 11, 2000FHWA Announces National Roadway Safety Leadership AwardsFederal Highway Administration
December 12, 2000Blue Ribbon Panel to Submit Report Concerning Seat Belt Use Among African AmericansNHTSA
December 12, 2000U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater Announces Partnership To Encourage Seat Belt Usage by African AmericansU.S. Department of Transportation
December 13, 2000Media Advisory: U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater to Help Launch Mobilization of Traffic Law Enforcement to Prevent Drunk, Drugged DrivingNHTSA
December 13, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Receives Recommendations from Blue Ribbon Panel On Increasing Seat Belt Use Among African AmericansNHTSA
December 14, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Commends Largest-Ever Enforcement Mobilization to Combat Impaired DrivingNHTSA
December 20, 2000U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Joins First Lady, Mothers Against Drunk Driving to "Tie One on For Safety"NHTSA
January 3, 2001BTS Survey Finds That Most Americans Support Enforcement of Seat Belt LawsUSDOT Bureau of Transportation Statistics
January 3, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces New Head Restraint ProposalNHTSA
January 9, 2001Media Advisory: New Crash Test Results Available on NHTSA's Worldwide WebsiteNHTSA
January 9, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces First Rollover Resistance RatingsNHTSA
January 9, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Commends Minority Law Enforcement Executives For Addressing Ways to Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
January 11, 2001FMCSA Issues Rules to Improve Safety Of For-Hire Small Buses and VansFMCSA
January 17, 2001U. S. Transportation Secretary Slater Announces Start of Large Truck Crash Causation StudyFMCSA
January 19, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Announces $7.5 Million in Grants to States For Education on Child Passenger SafetyNHTSA
January 19, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater, HHS Secretary Shalala, Former NTSB Chairman Hall Pledge to Make More Child Seats Available to Low Income FamiliesNHTSA
January 23, 2001NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF OCTOBER 2000 RECALLSNHTSA
February 2, 2001Media Advisory: New Crash Test Results Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
February 9, 2001FMCSA Expands Safety Violation Hotline Service To Include Consumer Complaints about Household Goods ServicesFMCSA
February 12, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Marks National Child Passenger Safety Week, Urges Parents to Buckle Up Children CorrectlyNHTSA
February 13, 2001Media Advisory: New Rollover Ratings and New Crash Test Results Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
February 14, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Announces Results of Seat Belt StudyNHTSA
February 15, 2001Media Advisory: NHTSA Publishes List of November, December 2000 RecallsNHTSA
February 15, 2001NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF NOVEMBER, DECEMBER RECALLSNHTSA
February 15, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Announces Grants of $38.2 Million to Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
February 20, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Announces Final Rule to Permit Safe Modification Of Vehicles For People With DisabilitiesNHTSA
February 21, 2001USDOT Seeks Comments on Proposed Pilot Program To Allow Younger Drivers in TrucksFMCSA
March 9, 2001NHTSA PUBLISHES LIST OF JANUARY 2001 RECALLSNHTSA
March 12, 2001Media Advisory: New Crash Test Results Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
March 27, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Announces New Internet-Based Service For Child Safety Seat InformationNHTSA
March 28, 2001NHTSA Executive Director Presents Awards At Lifesavers Conference For Safety AccomplishmentsNHTSA
March 29, 2001DOT Releases Preliminary Estimates Of 2000 Highway FatalitiesNHTSA
April 9, 2001CONSUMER ADVISORYNHTSA
April 9, 2001Transportation Partners Kick-Off Second Annual Work Zone Awareness Event To Promote Highway Construction SafetyFederal Highway Administration
April 11, 2001Media Advisory: New Rollover Ratings and New Crash Test Results Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
April 11, 2001NHTSA Publishes List of February 2001 RecallsNHTSA
April 12, 2001CD-ROM Detailing Auto Trauma Cases Available To Auto Safety Researchers From NHTSANHTSA
April 30, 2001New NHTSA Study Confirms Reflective Tape On Big Trucks Reduces Crashes, FatalitiesNHTSA
May 1, 2001CPSC, NHTSA, Evenflo Announce Recall to Repair Evenflo® Joyride® Car Seats/CarriersNHTSA
May 1, 2001Transportation Department Proposes Rules to Ensure Safety of Mexican Trucks and Buses Operating in U.S.FMCSA
May 4, 2001As Part of Bike to Work Day NHTSA Announces Report on Bicycle Safety StrategiesNHTSA
May 4, 2001FMCSA Proposes to Require Disqualification Of Commercial Drivers Convicted of Serious Driving ViolationsFMCSA
May 15, 2001NHTSA Publishes List of March 2001 RecallsNHTSA
May 17, 2001Administración Nacional de Seguridad de Tráfico en Carreteras lanza campaña para uso del cinturón de seguridad en comunidad hispanaNHTSA
May 17, 2001NHTSA Launches Campaign To Promote Seat Belt Use Among HispanicsNHTSA
May 21, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Urges Seat Belt, Child Seat UseNHTSA
May 22, 2001SUMMER TIRE CHECKLISTNHTSA
May 23, 2001Media Advisory: New Rollover Ratings Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
May 25, 2001NHTSA Reports Major Gains in Seat Belt Use In States with New Primary Belt LawsNHTSA
May 31, 2001NHTSA Releases Chrysler and Dodge Minivan Crash Test RatingsNHTSA
June 6, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Implements President?s Order on Mexican Ownership Of U.S. CarriersU.S. Department of Transportation
June 21, 2001Media Advisory: New Rollover Ratings and New Crash Test Results Available on NHTSA's World Wide Web SiteNHTSA
June 28, 2001Long Fourth of July Holiday Spurs National Enforcement Mobilization To Combat Impaired DrivingNHTSA
June 28, 2001NHTSA Publishes List of April 2001 RecallsNHTSA
June 29, 2001NHTSA TO HOLD JULY 10 PUBLIC MEETING ON BOOSTER SEAT EDUCATION PLANNHTSA
July 3, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Announces Analysis of Motorcycle Fatalities, Safety PlanNHTSA
July 6, 2001NHTSA Announces Safety Recall Of Century Convertible Child SeatsNHTSA
July 23, 2001NHTSA Reports on Major Survey Of Cell Phone Use by DriversNHTSA
July 24, 2001Replacement Tire Report Sent to House CommitteeNHTSA
July 25, 2001NHTSA Seeks Comment on Proposed Tire Pressure Monitoring SystemsNHTSA
July 31, 2001NHTSA Announces Peg Perego Child Safety Seat RecallNHTSA
July 31, 2001NHTSA Publishes List of May 2001 RecallsNHTSA
July 31, 2001NHTSA Publishes List of May 2001 RecallsNHTSA
July 31, 2001Transportation Department Proposes to Strengthen CDL Licensing Requirements, SanctionsFMCSA
August 2, 2001NHTSA Survey Shows Air Bag Cutoff Switches Not Being Used ProperlyNHTSA
August 2, 2001US Senate Votes Safety Rules on Mexican TrucksDavid Swan
August 3, 2001Dr. Jeffrey W. Runge Becomes 12th National Highway Traffic Safety AdministratorNHTSA
August 7, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Commends Southeastern Region for Boosting Seat Belt UseNHTSA
August 20, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Announces $76.75 Million in Incentive Grants To 27 States, D.C., Puerto Rico for .08 BAC LawsNHTSA
August 29, 2001Many U.S. Passenger Vehicles Are Driven on Under-inflated Tires, NHTSA Research Survey ShowsNHTSA
August 29, 2001NHTSA Publishes List of June 2001 RecallsNHTSA
August 30, 2001Seat Belt Use by Drivers and Passengers Reaches 73 percent, NHTSA ReportsNHTSA
August 31, 2001National Effort Spotlights Red Light RunningFederal Highway Administration
September 24, 2001Secretary Mineta Announces Progress, Setbacks for Highway Safety in 2000NHTSA
September 25, 2001NHTSA Seeks Public Comment On Headlight Glare IssuesNHTSA
October 4, 2001NHTSA Announces Initial Decision That Additional Firestone Wilderness AT Tires Have a Safety Defect; Firestone Agrees to Recall Those TiresNHTSA
October 4, 2001NHTSA Publishes List of July 2001 RecallsNHTSA
October 5, 2001Clapp Sworn in as Head of Motor Carrier Safety AgencyFMCSA
October 9, 2001New Rollover Ratings and New Crash Test ResultsNHTSA
October 10, 2001Transportation Partners Designate ?Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day?Federal Highway Administration
October 11, 2001Wal-Mart, Law Enforcement Officers to Provide Car-Seat Safety InspectionsWal-Mart
October 15, 2001U.S. Transportation Secretary Norman Y. Mineta Announces Grants to Increase Seat Belt UseNHTSA
October 18, 2001NHTSA Seeks Public Comment On Vehicle Roof Crush TestingNHTSA
October 22, 2001Media Advisory: New Report on Fatal Single Vehicle Motorcycle Crashes Available on NHTSA's Worldwide WebsiteNHTSA
October 25, 2001NHTSA Administrator Announces New Crash Injury Research Center At Medical College of WisconsinNHTSA
October 30, 2001NHTSA Publishes List of August 2001 RecallsNHTSA
October 31, 2001DOT Announces Test to Prevent Run-off-the-Road CrashesFederal Highway Administration
November 1, 2001NHTSA Proposes Adding Child Restraint Rating System To Auto Safety Consumer Information ProgramNHTSA
November 8, 2001FHWA Announces National Highway Safety Awards WinnersFederal Highway Administration
November 19, 2001NHTSA Releases List Of Model Year 2002 Vehicles To Be Rated for SafetyNHTSA
November 28, 2001NHTSA Publishes List of September RecallsNHTSA
November 30, 2001Final NHTSA Crash Test Results For Model Year 2001 Now Available on World Wide WebNHTSA
November 30, 2001Many U.S. Passenger Cars Are Driven on "Bald" Tires, NHTSA Research ShowsNHTSA
November 30, 2001US Congress Approves Safety Bill For Mexican TrucksDeborah Tate
December 5, 2001Mexican Trucks To Have Wider Access in USDeborah Tate
December 7, 2001Final NHTSA Crash Test Results For Model Year 2001 Now Available on World Wide WebNHTSA
December 17, 2001FMCSA Public Notice Calls for Removal Of 300 Cargo Tanks From Hazmat ServiceFMCSA
April 9, 2002Transportation Partners Kick-Off Third Annual Work Zone Awareness Event To Promote Highway Construction SafetyFederal Highway Administration
August 28, 2002New Group Aims to Reduce Road DeathsDale Gavlak
September 6, 2002"National Stop on Red Week" Reminds Drivers to Stop on Red; Red Light Running Crashes, Fatalities IncreaseFederal Highway Administration
September 22, 2002Are Sports Utility Vehicles Safe?John Birchard
October 8, 2002Transportation Partners Announce "Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day"Federal Highway Administration
October 10, 2002Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day Radio News ReleaseFederal Highway Administration
December 23, 2002Hispanic Vehicle Fatalities on Rise in USVoice of America
June 27, 2003Polite Light Becomes Latest Idea in Fighting Road RageFaiza Elmasry
August 10, 2003How Old Is Too Old to Drive?Ted Landphair
September 26, 2003WHO Meeting Focuses on Auto SafetyJessica Burman
October 31, 2003164,000 Die In African Traffic Accidents Each YearCole Mallard
April 7, 2004New Effort Aims to Curb China's Traffic FatalitiesLuis Ramirez
April 28, 2004Infiniti Introduces New Safety SystemJohn Birchard
July 1, 2004MADD Reports US Drunk Driving Rates Rising AgainTed Landphair
October 8, 2004Former Mitsubishi Executives In Court Over Fatal CrashSteve Herman
October 11, 2004WHO: China Road Accidents Kill Almost a Quarter Million People a YearLuis Ramirez
November 13, 2004Asia's Streets are World's DeadliestVoice of America
January 19, 2005Washington state lawmaker looks to outlaw handheld cell phones while drivingWikinews
March 21, 2005Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) for Teen DriversMelih Oztalay
March 21, 2005Parents of Teen DriversMelih Oztalay
March 21, 2005Saving Teen LivesMelih Oztalay
March 23, 2005Industry Says Aluminum Adds to Car SafetyJohn Birchard
April 6, 2005US Highway Administration releases interim report on Boston's Big Dig: press release claims tunnel safe, but report does notWikinews
April 27, 2005Deadly Roads - The Cost of International Development?Joe De Capua
April 30, 2005Raising the Teen Driving Age to 18Melih Oztalay
May 3, 2005Left-side driving part of a planned Findlay, Ohio interchange reconfigurationWikinews
May 6, 2005Romanian road traffic laws aligned to EU standardsWikinews
October 19, 2005Studie: Fahren unter Alkoholeinfluss riskanter als nach CannabiskonsumWikinews
October 22, 2005Winterreifen bisher nicht Pflicht, aber empfehlenswertWikinews
November 14, 2005Erfolg für Führerschein mit 17 ? Unfallwahrscheinlichkeit für Fahranfänger gesunkenWikinews
December 23, 2005New South Wales road safety campaign beginsWikinews
December 27, 2005New Zealand Christmas road toll is at tenWikinews
January 4, 2006Go Carts - How to Survive by Being Safe!Larry Johnson
January 4, 2006New Zealand holiday road toll: 20 fatalitiesWikinews
January 5, 2006Deaths on South African roads at 1215 for December 2005Wikinews
January 10, 2006Exposing a Crime.U.S. Auto Industries Deception of AmericaEnrico Nestler
January 20, 2006Gas Scooters Safety Rules For Staying Alive!Larry Johnson
January 29, 2006Racing and the Street - A Deadly CombinationChris Alexander
February 20, 2006Safe Driving on Ski Trips -- Part 1 -- The BasicsLoren Varner
February 20, 2006Safe Driving on Ski Trips -- Part 2 -- If You Get in TroubleLoren Varner
February 23, 2006Child Safety is Not Ignored in a 2006 Honda AccordAmber Sell
February 23, 2006Protect your Family in a Honda CRVAmber Sell
February 23, 2006Safe and Secure in a 2006 Honda AccordAmber Sell
March 1, 2006Car CrashKent Pinkerton
March 1, 2006Car Crash ArticlesKent Pinkerton
March 1, 2006Dirt Bike SafetyJimmy Sturo
March 1, 2006Drunk Driving Car CrashKent Pinkerton
March 1, 2006Fatal Car CrashesKent Pinkerton
March 1, 2006Random driver drug testing to become permanent in VictoriaWikinews
March 2, 2006Putting the Brakes on Ethiopian Traffic AccidentsJoe De Capua
March 13, 200618 Motorcyclists killed during Bike WeekWikinews
April 10, 2006Sacramento Safety Fair Pushes Child Safety WarningTracy Dawson
April 11, 2006New Transportation Law Is Just One Signature Away, AJay Stevens
April 17, 200614 Get NHTSA Recognition for Improving Traffic SafetyKevin Anderson
April 18, 2006Safety During Car MaintenanceJennifer Dylan
April 20, 2006Drive Safely On the HighwayStacey Wilson
May 1, 2006Stop SkiddingKenneth McKinley
May 2, 2006Ford Recalls SUV ModelsJay Stevens
May 3, 2006Important: Teens Voices On Traffic SafetyKimberly Meyer
May 9, 2006Driving Around Town SafelyTerry Brown
May 10, 2006Driving And Yawning: Not GoodKevin Anderson
May 10, 2006When To Pass Another Vehicle And When Not To PassKimberly Meyer
May 16, 2006Driving Safely Is Always PossibleTerry Brown
May 16, 2006Safety For Women DriversJay Stevens
May 17, 2006AVD und ADAC lehnten Vorschläge von Wolfgang Tiefensee abWikinews
May 22, 2006Volvo Group: Aiming At Reducing Traffic AccidentsKenneth McKinley
May 23, 2006Driving Safely Around ChildrenChuck Smith
May 24, 2006Safe Driving In The RainTracy Dawson
May 26, 2006Driving When You Are DrowsyTerry Brown
May 26, 2006Hyundai: Out To Inform The World About The ESCJoe Thompson
May 26, 2006Watch Out: It's A School ZoneStacey Wilson
May 30, 2006Driving Safely While Using Your Cellular PhoneJay Stevens
May 30, 2006Let's Talk SeatbeltsTerry Brown
June 7, 200620 percent of Victorians drive on worn tyresWikinews
June 12, 2006DriveCam Reveals Riskiest Driving BehaviorsKenneth McKinley
June 16, 2006Driving While Drunk Can Now Be PreventedCarol Mitchel
June 16, 2006New Research For Teen Driver SafetySarah McBride
June 22, 2006Is Your Teenage Driver Safe?Margaret Adams
June 23, 2006June 25th Is Child Safety Seat Inspection And Installation Fair In IndianaCarol Mitchel
June 26, 2006Roadmap To Teen Driver Safety, TheTerry Brown
June 26, 2006Teen Drivers Better Be Careful This July And AugustJoe Thompson
June 29, 2006New Technoloy In SUVs and Vans Will Save More LivesJoe Ratzkin
July 3, 2006Brakes First Before DrivingMichelle Crimson
July 3, 2006NHTSA: Auto Safety Starts At HomeMark Clarkson
July 6, 2007Most Head Restraints Fail To Stop Neck InjuryAnthony Fontanelle
July 9, 2006How Defensive Drivers Give Right-Of-Way>Tony McGlinn
July 11, 2006Drive Safely This SummerChuck Smith
July 11, 2006Massachusetts Governor Seeks to Remove Head of Turnpike AuthorityVOA News
July 11, 2006Police: 555 Killed on Peruvian Highways in 2006VOA News
July 13, 2006Checking your Tires on a Monthly Basis is an Important Safely RulePeter Hayes
July 21, 2006Grassroots Activist Turns Personal Tragedy into National MovementRosanne Skirble
July 27, 2006BCAA Warns Owners About Cars, Pets, And ChildrenJoe Ratzkin
July 27, 2006Elderly Drivers Wanted Off The RoadJoe Thompson
July 27, 2006Verkehrsuntersuchung: Unsicherheit beim Verhalten an BahnübergängenWikinews
August 1, 2006Better Training Makes Safer Teen DriversFaiza Elmasry
August 5, 2006Five Strategies You Can Use To Decrease Your Own Road RageChris Le Roy
August 12, 2006For Recall: 2002-2006 Jeep LibertyTerry Brown
August 13, 2006Cops ?n Rodders For Safety ShowKenneth McKinley
August 17, 2006Ford Recalls Vehicles Because Of Faulty Cruise ControlChuck Smith
August 18, 2006Occupational road riskMike Lloyd
August 23, 2006Screeching Brakes Saves LivesJason Moore
August 24, 2006Free Child Seat Checks By Insurance CompanyJoe Thompson
August 25, 2006Reminder: Schools Soon To Open, Motorists Be On The AlertTerry Brown
August 25, 2006Volvo Brand Means SafetyKenneth McKinley
November 22, 2006National Group Calls for Mandated Breath Analyzers in CarsPaul Sisco
December 10, 2006New Zealand minister calls for ban on using mobile phones while drivingWikinews
December 16, 2006EU-Richtlinie: Hinterer Unterfahrschutz für LKWWikinews
December 29, 2006Holiday Traffic Fatalities Decline in South Africa Due to Aggressive ProgramScott Bobb
January 3, 2007New Zealand holiday road toll at 26-year lowWikinews
January 30, 2007Wikinews exclusive: 'speed not behind New Zealand's road toll'Wikinews
February 4, 2007When Teens Are Behind The Wheel...Anthony Fontanelle
February 5, 2007Safer Car Seats for ChildrenAnthony Fontanelle
February 9, 2007Innovative Gadget Prevent Kids From Releasing Car Safety BeltAnthony Fontanelle
February 12, 2007Effectiveness of Car Seat Clinics ConfirmedAnthony Fontanelle
February 15, 2007Hybrid Car's Poses Threat to Safety of Blind PersonsAnthony Fontanelle
February 19, 2007NHTSA Reveals Safest Vehicles for 2007 Model YearAnthony Fontanelle
February 19, 2007Subaru Vehicles Receive Highest Marks from NHTSAAnthony Fontanelle
February 28, 2007Concept Mouldings Aims To Make Vehicles Safer For PedestriansAnthony Fontanelle
February 28, 2007Congress Urged To Pass Child Car Safety ActAnthony Fontanelle
March 6, 2007Brake-By-Wire Promises To Be The Brake System Of The FutureAnthony Fontanelle
March 16, 2007Study Reveals Parent Involvement Key To Safe Teen DrivingAnthony Fontanelle
March 24, 2007Ford to Recall F-Series Super Duty TrucksAnthony Fontanelle
March 29, 2007Toyota To Sponsor Spring Traffic Safety CampaignAnthony Fontanelle
April 3, 2007Virginia law bans mobile phone use by teen driversWikinews
April 16, 2007Looking Back on Volvo?s Safety InnovationGlady Reign
April 16, 2007Volvo Shares Safety TipsGlady Reign
April 17, 2007Microheat Wins World Traffic Safety Achievement AwardAnthony Fontanelle
April 23, 2007Sicurezza Stradale? Il ?Parco Scuola? di Via Napoli insegna!Wikinotizie
April 28, 2007Tire Safety: Benefits Of Temperature & Pressure MonitoringGary Rothstein
May 6, 2007Driver Re-ExaminationGus Philpott
May 7, 2007Speeding Car SalesmenGus Philpott
May 9, 2007Driving While Texting May Soon Be BannedAnthony Fontanelle
May 11, 2007Start für Führerschein mit 17 in Baden-Württemberg weiter verschobenWikinews
May 11, 2007Yellow Lines on the RoadGus Philpott
May 15, 2007Safety Before, During, and After for Chevy VehiclesAnthony Fontanelle
May 21, 20072008 Ford Taurus, Mercury Sable Receive Highest Safety RatingsAnthony Fontanelle
May 22, 2007California senator opposed to cell-phones involved in cell-phone related crashWikinews
May 22, 2007Seat Belt Violators Not Safe Even During The NightAnthony Fontanelle
May 24, 2007Nissan QASHQAI Presented with Highest Safety RatingAnthony Fontanelle
May 30, 2007Nissan's QASHQAI Attains Highest Safety Rating With AutolivAnthony Fontanelle
May 31, 2007Feds Push Back Roof Strength RegulationAnthony Fontanelle
June 2007NTSB Calls for Fire Prevention Upgrades on MotorcoachesNTSB
June 6, 2007Nissan Qashqai: Safest Car In BritainRyan Thomas
June 12, 2007Study Reveals Fuel Efficiency Does Not Sacrifice SafetyAnthony Fontanelle
June 15, 2007Section-Control rechtswidrigWikinews
June 20, 2007Mercedes-Benz Gives A Glimpse Of The FutureAnthony Fontanelle
July 1, 2007Millions Of American Drives While TiredAnthony Fontanelle
July 4, 2007Large Vehicles Fails Crash TestsAnthony Fontanelle
July 7, 2007F1 Technology Makes Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren SaferAnthony Fontanelle
July 12, 2007DaimlerChrysler Recalls '07 Wranglers, NitrosAnthony Fontanelle
July 12, 2007Vehicle Safety: Everyone's ResponsibilityThomas Rodriguez
August 9, 2007Reportes: Fallo de diseño causó el derrumbe del puente de MinnesotaWikinoticias
August 28, 2007Mothers Team Up With Law EnforcersAnthony Fontanelle
August 31, 2007Mazda SUVs Soar In NHTSA Safety RatingsAnthony Fontanelle
August 31, 2007Smoking In Cars - Unsafe!Anthony Fontanelle
September 5, 2007Impreza: First To Top Pedestrian SafetyAnthony Fontanelle
September 19, 2007Il Senato approva l'inasprimento delle pene del Codice della StradaWikinotizie
September 20, 200741 muertos por accidentes de tránsito se registraron durante la celebración de Fiestas Patrias en ChileWikinoticias
September 27, 2007Car Safety 101: Learning About BrakesAnthony Fontanelle
October 3, 2007Un piercing può essere un pericolo mortale in uno scontroWikinotizie
November 13, 2007Popular Science Lauds Volvo's Child Booster Cushion SystemAnthony Fontanelle
November 15, 2007Volvo Receives Award For Child SeatAnthony Fontanelle
November 16, 2007Safe Vehicles For 2008Anthony Fontanelle
November 28, 2007IIHS Selects Safest 2008 CarsAnthony Fontanelle
December 1, 2007Airbags Can Save LivesAlan Haburchak
December 3, 2007Honda and Acura lead Safety RatingsAnthony Fontanelle
December 11, 2007Lexus Recalls 34,400 Lexus UnitsAnthony Fontanelle
December 15, 2007Winter Means Increased Crash RiskAlan Haburchak
December 19, 2007Holiday Season Calls For Teen Drivers To Be SafeAnthony Fontanelle
December 30, 2007Sociedad - ChileWikinoticias
January 11, 2008Infiniti EX35 Receives Highest Safety RatingAnthony Fontanelle
January 16, 2008Buckle Up that Seat Belt for SafetyAnthony Fontanelle
January 21, 2008Observe "Safety First" with a High - Quality Wheel CylinderAnthony Fontanelle
February 15, 2008Facing Teen Drivers' Top KillerAnthony Fontanelle
February 16, 2008UK Unveils New Stretch-Limousine Safety MeasuresVanessa Arellano Doctor
February 18, 2008Rear Sensors Help In Accident PreventionDavid Ostiguy
February 21, 2008Five Fairy Tales Of Automobile BumpersJeff Mohr
February 22, 2008Why Pickup Truck And SUV Bumpers Will Never Get BetterJeff Mohr
February 25, 2008Mazda To Test Safety-Oriented Vehicle In PublicAnthony Fontanelle
February 26, 20082009 Nissan Murano: Safety IncarnateAnthony Fontanelle
February 27, 2008Circuit: Top Safety Feature For The FutureAnthony Fontanelle
March 20, 2008Airbag Failures Prompt Auto Makers to Issue RecallsAlan Haburchak
March 27, 2008Safety and Style Go TogetherAnthony Fontanelle
April 2, 2008Volvo Awarded International Safety HonorAnthony Fontanelle
June 7, 2008Defective Airbags Cause Increase of RecallsAlan Haburchak
June 7, 2008National Share The Road Highway Safety Program's Stop Over In AmericadeAnthony Fontanelle
June 10, 2008New Frontier Of Intelligent Safety, TheAnthony Fontanelle
June 13, 2008Safe Kids Program Hits Remarkable MilestoneAnthony Fontanelle
June 17, 2008MADD & Representative Staskunas Supports Alcohol Ignition Interlock LegislationAnthony Fontanelle
September 20, 2008Chile, Fiestas PatriasWikinoticias
March 30, 2009NHTSA Presents 15 Awards for Safety AccomplishmentsNHTSA
April 6, 2009U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces Record Low Traffic Deaths, Improved State Seat Belt UseNHTSA
April 24, 2009U.S. DOT Announces New Consumer Program for Child Safety SeatsU.S. Department of Transportation
May 25, 2009Al menos 23 muertos dejaron accidentes de tránsito en Chile por feriado del 21 de mayoWikinoticias
August 18, 2009Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces New Details on Distracted Driving SummitU.S. Department of Transportation
August 19, 2009Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Kicks Off Nationwide Enforcement Crackdown on Impaired DrivingU.S. Department of Transportation
September 11, 2009Becoming Familiar With The Motorcycle Helmet LawMatt LeClair
September 14, 2009MSPSLTim HillerbyMorgan
September 14, 2009Reduce risk on the roadTim HillerbyMorgan
September 14, 2009Toof fast , too close, too foggyTim HillerbyMorgan
September 15, 2009Driving at nightTim HillerbyMorgan
September 30, 2009AAA Now Offers Brain Training to Older Drivers - CEO Peter Kissinger Explains WhyAlvaro Fernandez
September 30, 2009Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Kicks Off Historic Summit to Tackle Dangers of Distracted DrivingU.S. Department of Transportation
October 4, 2009NHTSA Statement Concerning The Safety Recall of 3.8 million Toyota VehiclesNHTSA
October 7, 2009Auto Emergency KitEric Holm
October 21, 2009Too Old to Drive?Sandy Levine
October 22, 2009Motorcycle Safety - Gear To Help Protect YouWestly Lager
October 29, 2009The Most Important Motorcycle Safety GearWestly Lager
November 5, 2009Vehicle Safety - New Federal RequirementsMac Demere
November 7, 2009Road Safety in Jamaica -Is it working Part 2Michael Ogden
November 12, 2009Car-Jacked in Houston and How to Avoid ItCasey Hunt
November 20, 2009Insurance Industry Picks Safest Cars of 2010Mil Arcega
November 20, 2009Seatbelt checks - important or irritant?Gus Philpott
November 25, 2009Toyota Announces Fix for Accelerator Pedal Entrapment ProblemNHTSA
December 3, 2009UK Government to look again at drink-drive limitWikinews
December 4, 2009FMCSA Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee to Hold Public MeetingFMCSA
December 5, 2009Merry Ticketmas from MCSDGus Philpott
December 7, 2009U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces Intensive Holiday Drunk & Impaired Driving Crackdown & Advertising BlitzUSDOT Office of the Secretary of Transportation
December 15, 2009Driving DefensivelyTim HillerbyMorgan
December 15, 2009OVertaking - a way to dieTim HillerbyMorgan
December 16, 2009About to crashTim HillerbyMorgan
December 17, 2009Traffic signal alertGus Philpott
December 18, 2009Consumer Advisory: Dorel Recalls 447,000 Infant Child Restraint SystemsNHTSA
December 20, 2009An argument for drivers ed'Tim HillerbyMorgan
January 5, 2010Dorel Juvenile Group; Denial of Appeal of Decision on Inconsequential NoncomplianceRonald L. Medford
January 5, 2010Hours of ServiceLarry W. Minor
January 12, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and the National Safety Council Announce FocusDrivenU.S. Department of Transportation
January 30, 2010Honda recalls fire risk carsWikinews
January 30, 2010Toyota recalls up to 1.8 million automobilesWikinews
February 5, 2010Toyota poised to recall 270,000 Prius vehiclesWikinews
February 23, 2010Toyota accused of misleading public over recallsWikinews
February 27, 2010Suman juzgados móviles a alcoholímetros en la ciudad de MéxicoWikinoticias
March 3, 2010GM recalls 1.3 million cars over steering issuesWikinews
March 18, 2010U.S. DOT Announces Challenge to Researchers to Improve Road Safety Through New Weather DataUSDOT Research and Innovative Technology Administration
March 26, 2010Washington State Toughens Cell Phone and Texting BanU.S. Department of Transportation
March 30, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces Major Investigations to Resolve Issue of Sudden AccelerationU.S. Department of Transportation
April 14, 2010Toyota to suspend sales of Lexus GX 460 over new safety fearsWikinews
April 16, 2010Secretary LaHood Applauds Kentucky and Nebraska Bans on Texting for All DriversU.S. Department of Transportation
April 17, 2010Toyota to recall Sienna minivan in North AmericaWikinews
April 19, 2010Statement from U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Toyota's Agreement to Pay Maximum Civil PenaltyU.S. Department of Transportation
May 5, 2010Wisconsin Becomes 25th State to Pass Texting Ban for All DriversU.S. Department of Transportation
May 10, 2010NHTSA Opens Investigation into Timeliness of 2005 Toyota Steering Relay Rod RecallU.S. Department of Transportation
May 11, 2010FMCSA Launches Pre-Employment Screening ProgramFMCSA
May 11, 2010The Illinois WayGus Philpott
May 19, 2010U.N. and International Officials Launch Global Effort to End Distracted DrivingU.S. Department of Transportation
May 24, 2010FMCSA Announces New Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee MembersFMCSA
May 24, 2010Secretary LaHood Applauds Kansas on New Law Banning Texting For All DriversU.S. Department of Transportation
May 24, 2010U.S. DOT Targets 45 Million Americans Still Not Buckling UpU.S. Department of Transportation
May 26, 2010Woodstock Police seatbelt enforcementGus Philpott
May 28, 2010Consumer Advisory: Owners of MY 2010 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan Warned of Possible Stuck Accelerator PedalsNHTSA
June 1, 2010Secretary LaHood Applauds Vermont Governor for Signing Law Banning Texting While DrivingU.S. Department of Transportation
June 7, 2010Secretary LaHood Applauds Georgia Governor for Signing Law Banning Texting While DrivingU.S. Department of Transportation
June 8, 2010Consumer Advisory: Parents and Caregivers Reminded Never to Leave Children in CarsNHTSA
June 11, 2010Federal Government Joins ANCAP On SafetyRACV Insurance
June 22, 2010Consumer Advisory: Make Safety Your Constant Companion This Summer Driving SeasonNHTSA
June 27, 2010Leak prompts 17,000-vehicle recall by ToyotaWikinews
July 2, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Applauds Massachusetts for Tough Anti-Texting BanU.S. Department of Transportation
July 6, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Praises Delaware for Tough New Ban on Texting and Cell Phone UseU.S. Department of Transportation
July 7, 20105 Driving Tips for Senior Citizens from Your Local Cleveland Ford DealerRob Gillignham
July 7, 20105 Safe Driving Tips for Teens from Your Local Cleveland Ford DealerRob Gillignham
July 13, 2010Ford Raises Safety Awareness Among Teen Drivers: Driving Skills For Life ProgramRob Gillignham
July 14, 2010Crash data suggests driver error in Toyota accidentsWikinews
July 14, 2010Report: Probes Suggest Drivers to Blame in Toyota Sudden Speeding CrashesVOA Breaking News
July 14, 2010Secretary LaHood: ?Vince and Larry? Become Permanent Additions to SmithsonianNHTSA
July 15, 2010Drowsy Driving Prevention Bill Passes In Florida, Becomes LawGeorge Murphy
July 19, 20105 Tips for Talking to Your Teen About Safer Driving From Ford Motor CompanyRob Gillignham
July 27, 2010Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces Second National Distracted Driving SummitU.S. Department of Transportation
July 29, 2010FMCSA Awards $1 Million in Commercial Vehicle Driver Safety Training GrantsFMCSA
July 29, 2010NHTSA Announces List of 2011 Model Year Vehicles to be Rated Under the New Government 5-Star Safety Ratings ProgramNHTSA
August 2, 2010DOT, Seventeen Magazine, and AAA Launch National Two-Second Turnoff Day Video ChallengeU.S. Department of Transportation
August 2, 2010Tips for Safe Winter Driving for TeensRob Gillignham
August 3, 2010FMCSA Introduces Cargo Tank Driver Rollover Prevention VideoFMCSA
August 3, 2010U.S. Department of Transportation Teams with ESPN and State Farm To Go 'On the Road' to Wipe Out Distracted DrivingU.S. Department of Transportation
August 10, 2010NHTSA Provides $11 Million to Kansas For Passing Stronger Seat Belt LawsNHTSA
August 11, 2010NHTSA Deputy Joins Shawnee Officials in Demonstration of Latest Anti 'Crash and Crime' Effort in KansasNHTSA
August 16, 2010FMCSA Provides Motor Carriers an Early Look at Safety RankingsFMCSA
August 16, 2010Safety Features Linked To Aggressive Driving In Young Aussie MalesAAMI Insurance
August 16, 2010Secretary LaHood Announces Proposal to Require Seat Belts on All New MotorcoachesNHTSA
August 16, 2010Watch Out - Pedestrians AboutAAMI Insurance
August 18, 2010Africa?s Roads Need To Be Made SaferKim Lewis
August 18, 2010FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Strike Force Removes Unsafe Commercial Drivers and Carriers from the RoadFMCSA
August 21, 2010AARP Driver SafetyTerry S. Vostor
August 25, 2010U.S. Department of Transportation Announces Nationwide Enforcement Crackdown on Drunk DrivingNHTSA
August 27, 2010Preparing Your Teen for the RoadJason Epstein
August 27, 2010What You Can do to Prevent Motorcycle AccidentsDavid King
August 31, 2010U.S. Department of Transportation Strengthens Commercial Bus Safety with National Passenger Carrier Strike ForceFMCSA
September 1, 2010Reports, Forms, and Recordkeeping Requirements; Agency Information Collection Activity Under OMB ReviewJames F. Simons
September 3, 2010NHTSA Finds Driver Error at Fault in Many Toyota CrashesJames Parrish
September 9, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces Lowest Traffic Fatalities in Six DecadesU.S. Department of Transportation
September 12, 2010Man?s Best Friend ? A Driver?s Worst Enemy?Jason Epstein
September 13, 2010National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Reports, Forms and Record Keeping Requirements: Agency Information Collection Activity Under OMB ReviewJoseph S. Carra
September 13, 2010Reports, Forms, and Recordkeeping RequirementsJeff Michael
September 13, 2010Reports, Forms, and Recordkeeping RequirementsJeff Michael
September 14, 201090% of Garages Don't Repair Faults Properly: More Road Traffic Accidents as a Result?Richard Craig
September 14, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces Agenda for Second National Distracted Driving SummitU.S. Department of Transportation
September 20, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces 2009 Distracted Driving Fatality and Injury Numbers Prior to National Distracted Driving SummitU.S. Department of Transportation
September 21, 2010Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation: Antilock Brake SystemsAnne S. Ferro
September 21, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Kicks Off Second National Distracted Driving SummitU.S. Department of Transportation
September 23, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Unveils New Data and Urges Parents to Install Proper Safety Seats During Child Passenger Safety WeekNHTSA
September 26, 2010The Road Safety Campaigns That Cause More Car AccidentsRichard Craig
September 27, 2010Limiting the Use of Wireless Communication DevicesAnne S. Ferro
September 27, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood: Highway Safety Programs and Equipment Saved Thousands of Lives in 2009U.S. Department of Transportation
September 28, 2010Notice of Fiscal Year 2011 Safety Grants and Solicitation for ApplicationsWilliam A. Quade
September 28, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Responds to Misleading Distracted Driving StudyU.S. Department of Transportation
September 29, 2010Federal Acquisition Regulation; Encouraging Contractor Policies To Ban Text Messaging While DrivingEdward Loeb
September 29, 2010Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; New Pneumatic Tires for Motor Vehicles With a GVWR of More Than 4,536 Kilograms (10,000 Pounds) and MotorcyclesJoseph Carra
September 29, 2010SOS anti-texting adsGus Philpott
October 1, 2010Federal Highway Administration Launches New Pedestrian Safety InitiativeFederal Highway Administration
October 3, 2010California stop sign runners - photo enforcedGus Philpott
October 5, 2010Safety Zone; Interstate 5 Bridge Repairs, Columbia River, Portland, ORD.E. Kaup
October 5, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Rolls Out Upgraded 5-Star Vehicle Safety Ratings SystemNHTSA
October 6, 2010Model Specifications for Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Devices (BAIIDs)Jeff Michael
October 6, 2010National Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council (NEMSAC); Teleconference MeetingJeffrey P. Michael
October 8, 2010BTS Releases Report on Factors Involved in Fatal Vehicle CrashesU.S. Department of Transportation
October 14, 2010Consumer Advisory: NHTSA Reissues 15-Passenger Van Safety CautionNHTSA
October 15, 2010Consumer Advisory: Evenflo Company Recalls 13,792 Evenflo Maestro Child Safety SeatsNHTSA
October 21, 2010Consumer Advisory: NHTSA Repeats Caution to Owners of Various Recalled Ford Vehicles on Fire RiskNHTSA
October 28, 2010ITS Joint Program Office; IntelliDrive\SM\ Mobility and Environment Workshop; Notice of WorkshopJohn Augustine
October 29, 2010Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Seat Belt Assembly Anchorages, School Bus Passenger Seating and Crash ProtectionDavid L. Strickland
November 1, 2010Consumer Advisory: Britax Announces Child Safety Seat RecallNHTSA
November 3, 2010Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation: Antilock Brake SystemsLarry W. Minor
November 5, 2010Consumer Advisory: As Daylight Saving Time Ends, NHTSA Cautions Drivers on Increased Pedestrian RisksNHTSA
November 8, 2010Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Child Restraint Systems; Booster Seat Effectiveness Estimates Based on CDS and State DataJames F. Simons
November 8, 2010Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Rear Impact Guards; Rear Impact Protection; Technical Report, on the Effectiveness of Underride Guards for Heavy TrailersJames F. Simons
November 9, 2010Couple Whose Son's Car Crash Tragedy Could Save Save Lives, TheRichard Craig
November 13, 2010Avoid a Car Crash with these PointersRichard Craig
November 18, 2010Final Vehicle Safety Rulemaking and Research Priority Plan 2010-2013Ronald L. Medford
November 24, 2010Federal Interagency Committee on Emergency Medical Services Meeting NoticeDrew E. Dawson
November 24, 2010Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, Child Restraint Systems; Hybrid III 10-Year-Old Child Test DummyNathaniel Beuse
November 24, 2010National Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council Meeting NoticeDrew E. Dawson
November 28, 2010Why You Should Consider A Radar DetectorRoy Reyer
November 30, 2010Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; New Pneumatic Tires for Motor Vehicles With a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of More Than 4,536 Kilograms (10,000 Pounds) and MotorcyclesJoseph S. Carra
December 7, 2010Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard, Rearview Mirrors; Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard, Low-Speed Vehicles Phase-In Reporting Requirements; Proposed RuleJoseph S. Carra
December 9, 2010Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Small Business Impacts of Motor Vehicle SafetyMarilena Amoni
December 13, 2010U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces Holiday Drunk Driving CrackdownU.S. Department of Transportation
December 21, 2010Drivers of CMVs: Restricting the Use of Cellular PhonesAnne S. Ferro
January 3, 2011Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard; Engine Control Module Speed Limiter DeviceNathaniel Beuse
January 7, 2011Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc., Receipt of Petition for Decision of Inconsequential NoncomplianceClaude H. Harris
January 19, 2011Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, Ejection Mitigation; Phase-In Reporting Requirements; Incorporation by Reference; Final RuleDavid L. Strickland
January 20, 2011Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Reaffirms Commitment to Combat Distracted DrivingU.S. Department of Transportation
January 28, 2011U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Views Demonstration of New In-Vehicle Technology Targeted Toward Habitual Drunk DriversU.S. Department of Transportation
January 31, 2011Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee; Request for NominationsAnne S. Ferro
January 31, 2011U.S. Department of Transportation Releases Latest Video in ?Faces of Distracted Driving? SeriesU.S. Department of Transportation
February 8, 2011FACT SHEET: Unintended Acceleration in Toyota VehiclesU.S. Department of Transportation
February 8, 2011U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION RELEASES RESULTS FROM NHTSA-NASA STUDY OF UNINTENDED ACCELERATION IN TOYOTA VEHICLESU.S. Department of Transportation
February 10, 2011Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation; Brakes; Application for Exemption From Innovative ElectronicsLarry W. Minor
February 18, 2011Australian town to change name to promote road safetyWikinews
February 21, 2011Could Car Crash Deaths Become A Thing Of The Past?Richard Craig
February 22, 2011Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation; Brakes; Application for Exemption From Innovative Electronics; CorrectionLarry W. Minor
February 22, 2011Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation; Saddle-Mount Braking RequirementsAnne S. Ferro
February 22, 2011U.S. Department of Transportation Releases New ?Faces of Distracted Driving? VideoU.S. Department of Transportation
February 24, 2011Toyota Recalls 2.1 Million Vehicles in USVOA Breaking News
February 25, 2011Is Summer a Safer Time to Drive?Richard Craig
March 2, 2011Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Power-Operated Window, Partition, and Roof Panel SystemsJoseph S. Carra
March 2, 2011Public Workshop and Hearing for Rear Visibility; Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard, Rearview Mirrors, Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard, Low-Speed Vehicles; Phase-in Reporting RequirementsJoseph S. Carra
March 4, 2011Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Public MeetingLarry W. Minor
March 4, 2011Systems for Telephonic Notification of Unsafe Conditions at Highway-Rail and Pathway Grade CrossingsJoseph C. Szabo
March 7, 2011U.S. Department of Transportation and Consumer Reports Launch Partnership to Fight Distracted DrivingU.S. Department of Transportation
March 8, 2011U.S. Department of Transportation Releases New ?Faces of Distracted Driving? VideoU.S. Department of Transportation
March 9, 2011FMCSA Reaches Settlement Agreement in National Association of Small Trucking Companies Litigation on the Compliance Safety Accountability ProgramFMCSA
March 11, 2011Hazardous Materials: Cargo Tank Motor Vehicle Loading and Unloading OperationsMagdy El-Sibaie
March 19, 2011St. Patrick's Day police reportGus Philpott
March 20, 2011Bring N.C. DUI decisions to IllinoisGus Philpott
March 22, 2011Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Roof Crush ResistanceDaniel C. Smith
March 22, 2011Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation; Exemption Renewal for Greyhound Lines, Inc.Larry W. Minor
March 26, 2011What Can California Do To Combat The Rise Of Driving Texters?George Murphy
March 27, 2011How To Take The Keys From Your Elderly FolksGeorge Murphy
March 28, 2011U.S. Department of Transportation Releases New ?Faces of Distracted Driving? VideoU.S. Department of Transportation
March 30, 2011Highway-Rail Grade Crossing; Safe ClearanceWilliam Bronrott
Bizunesh Scott
March 31, 2011Best Motorcycle Tires For Riding In Dangerous Conditions, TheJohn V.
March 31, 2011Final Vehicle Safety Rulemaking and Research Priority Plan 2011-2013Ronald L. Medford
March 31, 2011Motorcycles: Ride Safer and Ride Longer With MSF Sanctioned RiderCoursesJohn V.
March/April 2011Evaluating Pedestrian Safety CountermeasuresTamara Redmon
April 1, 2011Uniform Criteria for State Observational Surveys of Seat Belt UseDavid L. Strickland
April 7, 2011U.S. Department of Transportation Releases ?Faces of Distracted Driving? Public Service AnnouncementU.S. Department of Transportation
April 12, 2011U.S. DOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and State Law Enforcement Agencies Conduct Thousands of Surprise Passenger Carrier Safety Inspections NationwideFMCSA
April 15, 2011Woodstock school zones & cell phonesGus Philpott
April 16, 2011Distracted Drivers & TechnologyGeorge Murphy
May 3, 2011Safety Features that SaveLevi Quinn
May 13, 2011How Safe Driving Can Save Your BudgetLevi Quinn
May 13, 2011Reports, Forms, and Record Keeping Requirements; Agency Information Collection Activity Under OMB ReviewJeff Michael
May 18, 2011Agency Information Collection Activities: Notice of Request for Approval of a New Information CollectionJuli Huynh
June 10, 2011Reports, Forms, and Recordkeeping RequirementsJeff Michael
June 16, 2011Reports, Forms and Record Keeping Requirements; Agency Information Collection Activity Under OMB ReviewChristopher J. Bonanti
June 29, 2011Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's 2011-2016 Strategic Plan, The: Raising the Safety BarAnne S. Ferro
June 29, 2011Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Series of Public Subcommittee MeetingsLarry W. Minor
June 30, 2011Always Strive To Keep Yourself Safe When Riding Your Motorcycle By Wearing The Appropriate AttireKhit Drunor
July 12, 2011Notice of Intent To Prepare an Environmental Assessment for Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Act of 2010 RulemakingChristopher J. Bonanti
July 13, 2011Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated EquipmentChristopher J. Bonanti
July 14, 2011Be Aware of BikersLaura Hartson
July 14, 2011"Don't Text and Drive" Campaign by BMW focuses on Raising Awareness on Safe DrivingBob Price
July 14, 2011Driving Around HorsesLaura Hartson
July 14, 2011Seatbelt Safety When In The CarLaura Hartson
July 14, 2011Road Deaths DownLaura Hartson
August 5, 2011Event Data RecordersDavid L. Strickland
August 9, 2011Be Aware To Be Able To Stay Away From Automobile AccidentsDietrich Berger
August 24, 2011Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Side Impact ProtectionDavid L. Strickland
August 29, 2011Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards: Occupant Crash ProtectionDavid L. Strickland
August 29, 2011Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Seat Belt AssembliesChristopher J. Bonanti
September 3, 2011A Backup Camera System Makes Reversing SaferMark Etinger
September 7, 2011Car Safety Tips You Can Use TodayDrew K. Branshaw
September 9, 2011Advantages of Safer VehiclesMarilyn Katz
September 9, 2011Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards No. 121; Air Brake SystemsChristopher J. Bonanti
September 9, 2011Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, Child Restraint SystemsDavid L. Strickland
September 9, 2011Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Electronic Stability Control SystemsDavid L. Strickland
September 15, 20118 Of Australia's Most Dangerous Roadsa href="../r/righterpeter.php">Peter Righter
September 16, 2011Avoid Vehicle Collisions: Pay AttentionKarl J. Simons
September 16, 2011Do Your Bit To Stop Motorcycle CrashesKathy Jenkins
September 17, 2011Answering Your Phone Whilst Driving - Is It Worth The Risk?Stephanie Staszko
September 20, 2011Reports, Forms, and Recordkeeping RequirementsJohn Maddox
October 28, 2011Can Defensive Drivers Make The World A Safer Place?F. Floyd Khumalo
May 2, 2012Kenyan Driving Schools Aim to Decrease Road FatalitiesJill Craig
May 3, 2012Share the Road? Share the Responsibility.Bill Crittenden




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