We're urging the Federal Highway Administration to prioritize safety for older drivers and pedestrians as it prepares to spend hundreds of billions on roads.
We wrote to federal officials urging them to factor older adults into how they allocate grant money from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
Following is an excerpt of the remarks made by U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx at the 2016 Summit for the Mayors’ Challenge for Safer People, Safer Streets, in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 16.
In 2009, a truck struck and killed Beverly Shelton’s grandson, Zachary, who was walking inside a marked crosswalk and accompanied by an adult. The driver had rolled through the stop sign rather than make a complete stop.
AARP New York volunteers hit the streets last week to survey hundreds of intersections for walkers safety. They were joined by local partners, elected officials and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) to raise awareness of dangerous intersections and promote so-called, "Complete Streets" planning…
In an AdWeek article posted yesterday, the author takes a look at Americans' financial unpreparedness for retirement, especially in these tough economic times. The story reports on a study from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College called "The National Retirement Risk Index: After…
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