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Highway drivers in the Louisville area will continue to experience slowdowns and congestion attributed to a number of construction projects. With this disruption comes the critical reminder to drive safely in work zones. Several minor wrecks already have worsened traffic in these areas. Future incidents have the potential to cause harm to drivers, passengers and […]
Each year on Louisville streets and roads, there is an average of 6,600 injuries and 76 deaths. This raises a question: Where and when are you most likely to get in a motor vehicle crash on a Louisville-area road? The answer is 11 p.m. on a Saturday night in May or October, on Dixie Highway, […]
Everyone knows that drinking and driving is dangerous and illegal. But it happens every day in Louisville and nationwide. The NHTSA estimates that nearly 30 people in the U.S. are killed in car accidents caused by drunk drivers every day. Hundreds more people survive their encounters with drunk drivers but are seriously injured. The increasing […]
The National Highway Safety Administration offers safety reminders for drivers at railroad crossings. Drivers should stop and look both ways at railroad crossings. Once drivers have entered the crossing, they should keep moving. Also, when the railroad crossing gate is lowering drivers should stop at least 15 feet away from it and should not try to […]
Road construction and passing automobiles can combine to cause serious motor vehicle accidents. Even though drivers are expected to understand the importance reducing their speed in work zones and giving workers enough space, work-zone accidents are troublingly common. Kentucky emphasizes worker safety Road worker safety is a state priority. The Commonwealth and the Kentucky Transportation […]