Though wrong-way driving crashes only account for around 3% of collisions in the U.S., they are more often than not head-on crashes on high-speed divided highways and access ramps and have a higher rate of fatality and more serious injuries than seen in other types of incidents. Plus, despite overall traffic fatalities decreasing, wrong-way fatalities have remained steady of the last decade.
In part one of our two-part webinar series, we examine the wrong-way driving problem and the various countermeasures states have deployed to deal with it. Here’s what we cover:
- The top five causes of wrong-way driving
- Current standards and countermeasures
- Experimental treatments to stop wrong-way drivers and reduce response time
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