Lawmakers in some states see a need for higher speed limits

BY: - April 16, 2023

There were 43,000 traffic deaths across the country in 2021, a 16-year high.

Feds: Crash deaths up across U.S., with Pa. keeping pace

BY: - April 10, 2023

Of the 1,230 crash-related fatalities in Pennsylvania in 2021, 27% or 337 deaths, were due to drunken drivers.

What to do about busy — and dangerous — state roads? | Analysis

BY: - December 13, 2022

State transportation departments often resist attempts to slow traffic on busy urban state roads.

Low-income people of color bear brunt of rising pedestrian deaths | Analysis

BY: - July 5, 2021

Nationwide, the number of pedestrians killed by drivers from 2010 to 2019 increased by 45 percent to 6,237 a year, the equivalent of at least 17 people dying per day.


Fewer drivers, but more Pa. traffic deaths in 2020. Why? | Wednesday Morning Coffee

BY: - April 21, 2021

Even with the increase, the 2020 tally is the second-lowest on record, and comes as overall traffic fatalities continue to trend downward, officials said.