Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths: 2006

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Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths: 2006

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Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota




Sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety and the Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths Program. The conference brings together transportation safety stakeholders from Minnesota and beyond to share best practices in the areas of engineering, enforcement, education, and emergency services, and to chart the course for a future where traffic fatalities and life-changing injuries are rare events.


Sessions Included: Welcome and Opening remarks; Opening Plenary - Death notification; Luncheon Plenary; Traffic safety - an FHWA perspective; TZD and the driver - Musings of a psychologist; Case studies of crashes; Minnesota speed management programs; Motorcycle and bicycle safety; Emergency management practices - the Minnesota Statewide trauma system; Addressing safety problems on local roads; Programs for older drivers - what can you do?; Putting research to work; Back off Jack! Rear-end crash avoidance and tailgating countermeasures; Problems and solutions for law enforcement partnerships; Clinical diagnosis - safer roads through road safety audits; Regional TZD efforts; Maintenance activities to improve safety; Session 28 - what the %#@! is a DWI court and what is the role of law enforcement?; Center for excellence in rural safety; Closing Plenary - a multidisciplinary approach to traffic safety.

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Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths Program; Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Transportation and Health.

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Center for Transportation Studies. (2006). Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths: 2006. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/167209.

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