distracted driving awareness

According to experts, approximately 421,000 people are injured every year in distraction related crashes. Distracted drivers put each and every one of us at risk for serious injury and even death. Please join us this month as we promote Distracted Driving Awareness Month.

Using an elaborate network of sensors, microprocessors, and a camera, the newly designed Skully AR-1 is able to deliver a Heads Up Display, with turn-by-turn GPS navigation, with information appearing approximately ten feet in front of the rider. The platform, called the Synapse platform, offers automatic infinitely variable focal distance, meaning that the GPS itself is clear no matter where the rider is looking.

Following the recent December 2013 derailment, Metro-North railroad has introduced some new safety measures. The railroad has reportedly finished signally upgrades that will automatically brake speeding trains at movable bridges and sharp curves.

Transit advocate, Jim Cameron is warning riders about new timetables expected in May that may reflect a decade of slower service.

Broken an bone? Wondering when it will be safe to drive again? It turns out there is no widely accepted return-to-driving timeline for patients who must wear casts, slings, neck collars or ankle boots. No matter what injury you are suffering from, glancing in the side mirrors, steering, braking, and other necessary driving abilities can be seriously impaired.