|Title:||North Dakota Statewide Traffic Safety Survey, 2016: Traffic Safety Performance Measures for State and Federal Agencies|
|Authors:||Kimberly Vachal, Laurel Benson, and Andrew Kubas|
|Publication Date:||Jul 2016|
|Keywords:||traffic safety, performance measures, survey|
|Type:||Research Report – Department Publications|
The statewide driver traffic safety survey provides baseline metrics for the Safety Division and others to use in understanding perceptions and self-reported behaviors related to focus issues. A core set of questions addresses nationally agreed upon priorities, including seat belts, impaired driving, and speeding. In addition to the core issues, questions were included to better understand views on specific programs and attitudes pertinent to North Dakota drivers. Results show that more North Dakota drivers have adopted safe driving practices, but additional efforts are needed to improve safety on the state's roads.
The following reports are listed by publication date in reverse chronological order.
Vachal, Kimberly, Laurel Benson, and Andrew Kubas. North Dakota Statewide Traffic Safety Survey, 2016: Traffic Safety Performance Measures for State and Federal Agencies, DP-288. North Dakota State University, Fargo: Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, 2016.