Driver distractions can be dangerous for passengers, and also other vehicles on the road. Below are some resources about distracted driving, and training related to reducing the practice.
Automotive Fleet's Understanding and Avoiding Distracted Driving, 2019
Business Fleet's 10 Ways to Minimize Distracted Driving
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Distracted Driving resources for motor carrier operators
Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) Curbing Transit Operator Distracted Driving training video
Distraction.gov, the US Government's official distracted driving website
Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Curbing Transit Employee Distracted Driving online course
The Impact of Cellphones, Texting, Fatigue and Prescribed Medicines on Driver Safety, a New York Public Transit Association (NYPTA) webinar
Kansas RTAP Distracted Driving Can Cause “Inattention Blindness” fact sheet
National RTAP's 2 the Point Training Cards and Safety Training in Rural Transit (START) Training Module
National Safety Council (NSC) Distracted Driving resources
Smith System e-learning course on Distracted Driving
Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Transit Bus Operator Distraction Policies
University of Minnesota's Center for Transportation Studies' Understanding Roadway Safety in American Indian Reservations: Perceptions and Management of Risk by Community, Tribal Governments, and Other Safety Leaders
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Updated July 22, 2019