Volume 2017, Issue 2
Teen driver with parent

Graduated driver licensing: Not a one-size-fits-all approach

Graduated driver licensing, the licensing system nearly all U.S. states have in place to help high-school-age novice drivers get driving experience and limit driving in risky conditions, has reduced crash rates among 16- and 17-years-olds. In view of the well-documented effectiveness of GDL, some advocates have begun pushing to extend GDL requirements to those who begin driving at 18 and older.  Read full article ››

Two UNC-Chapel Hill Public Administration students receive 2017 HSRC Scholarship

HSRC named two recipients of the 2017 Megan Cornog Memorial Highway Safety Scholarship, Jonathan Holt and Detective Justin Stirewalt. Both Holt and Stirewalt are pursuing master’s degrees in public administration at UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Government. Read full article ››

Bike and Walk to School Days in 2017 set new participation records

HSRC welcomes new staff members

Recent Center highlights

HSRC publications

HSRC in the news

HSRC on the road

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