This meeting will continue the RSTF’s focus on traffic safety culture, looking at the role of the law in particular. Each RSTF meeting focuses on a critical road safety issue facing the Delaware Valley region. In 2020, the RSTF is dedicating our four meetings to the issue of changing traffic safety culture in the region. This meeting will feature presentations on the role of the law in shaping traffic safety culture. Throughout the meeting, RSTF members will brainstorm ways to shift the traffic safety culture in the region.
Established in September 2005, the Regional Safety Task Force brings together a multi-disciplinary group of professionals to identify safety goals, strategies and resources. The goal of the Task Force is to build and maintain effective partnerships with the purpose of reaching zero casualties from crashes in the region.
- Gregory Shill, Associate Professor, University of Iowa College of Law
Mr. Shill will present on how the law buttresses car dependency and the impact this has on road safety.
- Fiona Peach, Senior Policy Advisor, New York City Mayor's Office of Operations
Ms. Peach will discuss New York City’s Right of Way Law and its impact on summonses in failure to yield to pedestrian cases.
RSTF Goal: To reduce roadway crashes and eliminate serious injuries and fatalities from crashes in the Delaware Valley