Looking at the sad subject of pedestrian fatalities in Indiana and nationally from the perspective of a single year provides limited -- though obviously important -- information.
Commercial truck drivers in Indiana and nationally who have grown accustomed to slow industry changes and a long-followed routine are noting a difference these days.
Monday served as a perfect and alarming example of why Indiana safety regulators are constantly concerned about train movements and safety on tracks across the state.
Work crews begin to tackle construction projects each spring in force on streets and highways across Indiana. Their efforts extend throughout the summer and autumn months.
How many Americans use their mobile phones at least occasionally when behind the wheel and working their way through traffic?
Catalysts that directly contribute to serious injury outcomes in Indiana and nationally are hard to predict and prevent in any given case.
Many people in a state commonly called the Crossroads of America pay attention to safety-linked discussions concerning passenger transportation. Indiana is a national hub for all manner of traffic plying the state. That automatically puts a close focus on safety rules and measures that protect the general public.
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As an Indiana motorist, how would you feel knowing that you're driving in the midst of so-called "autonomous" vehicles maneuvering around you?
The federal government's annual Fatal Occupational Injuries report is closely studied by safety regulators. The numbers for 2016 are now in.