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Road to Zero Annual Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
NSC Webinar
30:17
Good afternoon. Please use the chat function or Q/A tab on Zoom to ask questions of any of our speakers today.
NSC Webinar
30:31
This session is being recorded and will be shared with all registrants and attendees.
Jane Terry
38:24
Link to National Roadway Safety Strategy report, https://www.transportation.gov/NRSS
Paula Fairchild
46:32
Safe Roads and Streets for All, will be such wonderful progress. Excited to see this funding filtering into the areas that are often neglected.
Robert Green
54:32
The U.N.. and WHO recognized the global crash and fatality rates as a 'pandemic' over a decade ago. A dozen economically capable countries have reduced the percapita crash rates significantly through informational campaigns social programs and a focus on individual driver preparedness and competence as well as the tech and infrastructure. The U.S. trails these dozen other countries. In the U.S. the driver test is a cursory chore thought as adequate for nearly a lifetime of driving. Will there be any focus on driver evaluation and preparedness, competence?
Leah Shahum
55:49
Thanks for tying importance of equity in this work, including managing speeds.
Gregory Wright
57:58
What role is seen for PAY HOW YOU DRIVE AUTO INSURANCE that uses the black box recorder on all post-1996 vehicles sets drivers' insurance rates according to how safely they drive (or don't) -- which is also how fuel- and carbon-efficiently they drive? PHYD Insurance is good for safety, decarbonization, insurance-cost equity, reduced motorist-law enforcement interaction, and more!
April Rai
58:39
Thank you Deputy Secretary for your leadership!
Mildred Velasquez
58:53
Thank you
Stephanie Moss
58:53
Thank You!
Lake McTighe
59:08
The greater Portland region really appreciates the leadership around safety. Thank you!
Jim Cole
59:29
Thank you for all of this leadership and work.
jonathan antin
01:08:38
speaker said the 94% human error stat was a myth - can he elaborate on this point?
Lila Ralston
01:09:34
here's one account of Jennifer Homendy on the 94% figure: https://usa.streetsblog.org/2022/01/31/it-aint-94-percent-ntsb-chair-jennifer-homendy-on-the-role-of-human-error-in-car-crashes/
Lake McTighe
01:10:59
thank you
leonardo annese
01:12:11
thank you all fro www.piarc.org
leonardo annese
01:14:01
are all presentations going to be available?
Jane Terry
01:18:01
All meetings are archived here, https://www.nsc.org/road/resources/road-to-zero/road-to-zero-events
Robert Green
01:19:43
Will there be any focus on the individual driver/operator and their mindfulness and abilities in this, our most daily hazardous activity? With these 6+million crashes per year, the forensics can identify only several causes among the variables of time, place and conditions . . and behavior. Education and training, evaluations and certification are tools that are accepted in most forms of personal expertise. This has not been applied to drivers.
Craig Casper
01:21:07
Has there been any analysis of how weaponizing pickups with front brush / grill guards changes crash impact forces?
April Rai
01:21:27
Thanks Catherine! April Rai, President & CEO is working directly the Coalition. Thank you!
leonardo annese
01:21:29
PUARC
leonardo annese
01:22:27
PIARC WORLD ROAD ASSOCIATION is interested in jouning in. please come back to me L.annese@stradeanas.it
Jane Terry
01:23:51
RTZ Statement on Equity, https://nsc-org-storage.azureedge.net/cms/nsc.org/media/site-media/docs/safe-driving/road-to-zero/equity-statement.pdf
Leah Shahum
01:27:56
And sharing 2 upcoming webinars on Vision Zero & Safe Systems from Vision Zero Network: https://visionzeronetwork.org/event-type/webinars/
Carol Steckbeck
01:28:14
Great to see all of these efforts! Operation Lifesaver, Inc. (oli.org) is interested in being part of the Road to Zero Coalition and has participated in the past. Contact news@oli.org
Jane Terry
01:29:13
To join the Road to Zero coalition visit, https://www.nsc.org/road/resources/road-to-zero/join-the-road-to-zero-coalition
leonardo annese
01:31:32
thankyou
Debra L Franklin
01:33:47
snowy day? sorry but nice!
Andrew Magee
01:38:52
to Craig's point much earlier in chat about truck add-ons changing crash impact forces, I would also like to add bumper heights/lifting vehicles, especially heavy trucks. existing laws regarding this don't seem to be enforced anywhere. a new car design to reduce the impact of crash force on a human body don't mean much if the owner can lift the truck by a foot without impunity.
Sarah Roy
01:42:47
What are you doing to respond to the road inequities being pointed out by Jonathan at @Pedestriandignity?
Alexander Baradzinchyk
01:49:08
Thank you!
Gregory Wright
02:03:14
The car industry's profit-making with oversized show pickup trucks that are used for ego and not real work have been a growing problem since the celebrated Bob Lutz championed this business model a couple of decades ago.
Eileen McCarthy
02:03:40
Please stop saying "excessive speed". All speeding is dangerous and speed itself is a danger. "Excessive" speed implies that some speeding acceptable and results in crash data underestimating speed as a factor in crashes. (This isn't directed just at the current speaker. Way too many DOT-ers and police officers use this language.)
Jessica Rich
02:07:51
Are the delineator systems in Greenville, NC portable or permanent installations?
Jessica Rich
02:08:09
Thank you!
Tricia Smar
02:16:04
Congratulations! Could you share that publication? Would love to start a task force in Durham, nc
Jessica Rich
02:16:17
As an Eastern North Carolinian (New Bern Native), I really enjoyed your presentation. I have tons of friends and family members that went to ECU. Great job!
Eleanor Leshner
02:16:33
Thanks Ellen for sharing your work and findings! It was really interesting to learn about your work on the ground.
Tyler Anderson
02:16:56
Thank you all for the wonderful presentations! I loved seeing all the pictures and examples of what's been working in your various communities.
Eileen McCarthy
02:18:14
Can Gavin elaborate on the changes being made to ped signal timing? Are you making signal cycle lengths longer overall? Moving "walk" seconds into "don't walk"? Other?
Rhonda Motley
02:22:02
I LOVED THIS! Very informative!
christy crosser
02:22:11
the US compared to other countries: it seems that too often politicians are not willing to support the most effective means - political suicide. thanks state DOTs for doing what you can.
Debra L Franklin
02:22:49
I am still thinking about what Ellen said about motorists entering the turning lane too early. I think that we have a race to be first, in North Carolina and we need to change that urge.
Alexander Baradzinchyk
02:24:27
thank you! it is wery informative for our Active Traffic Safety program.!
Wesley Kumfer
02:25:02
Thanks everyone for great presentations!
Lisa Kons
02:25:11
Thank YOU!
Tyler Anderson
02:25:11
Thank you all!
Lance Cook
02:25:15
Thanks.
Mary Lloyd
02:25:39
great presentations, and comments shared.
NSC Webinar
02:26:13
Please send any questions to RoadToZero@nsc.org
Alexander Baradzinchyk
02:26:39
thank you !
Joseph Colella
02:28:44
Thank you for this important work and opportunity to collaborate toward improvement.
Terri Thompson
02:28:53
Thank you very much. Safety for all
Lila Ralston
02:28:55
Great event, thank you!