Stop on Red - Fleet Safety - Driver Safety | Azuga

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ARed-light running is frequently associated with distracted driving. A texting driver at a red light may fail to respond quickly to rapid changes in road conditions because their `situational awareness’ is lower.

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Stop on Red

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Stop on Red “Red-light running is frequently associated with distracted driving. A texting driver at a red light may fail to respond quickly to rapid changes in road conditions because their `situational awareness’ is lower.”

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Stop on Red • National Coalition for Safer Roads NCSR has undertaken a popular campaign Stop On Red week Aug 5-11 2018 to protect our children our families and our communities from the callous and dangerous behavior of red-light runners. • Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has established through its study that red-light running is the No.1 cause of urban crashes in the United States. Here are some more telling facts from leading sources: • Nationwide 90 percent of drivers who received a ticket issued by a red-light safety camera in 2016 have not received another ATS. • Texas Transportation Institute in its 2012 study found that cameras provide “a positive safety effect” at intersections. They reduced red-light running right angle crashes by almost 40. Red-light safety cameras help improve driver behavior and reduce red-light running. They improve intersection safety for drivers. • Azuga consistently places a strong emphasis on improving Driver Behavior both through rewards and recognition as well as new coaching methods.

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Stop on Red • Red-light running is frequently associated with distracted driving. A texting driver at a red light may fail to respond quickly to rapid changes in road conditions because their `situational awareness’ is lower. For instance an ambulance could be passing through. • They could make driving errors even after putting their device down. In particular texting could be more detrimental than a phone conversation because it not only places a cognitive demand it places other constraints on the driver. Fleet Managers need to formulate cell phone usage policies • National Coalition for Safer Roads along with FocusDriven have shared their study findings – nearly 12 percent of red light violations are caused by distracted driving. As per the National Safety Council drivers talking on cell phones – handheld or hands-free – are four times more likely to be involved in a car crash. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety corroborates that drivers operating a cell phone are four times more 2009 likely to crash.

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Stop on Red • Communities that have strict laws against cell phone use show fewer red-light violations 10 that involved distracted driving whereas in communities without such laws over 16 such violations were attributable to distracted driving. Thus strict cell phone bans bring down the risk of distracted driving by nearly 7 percent. Stop On Red is a priority message • More than 3885000 Million drivers ran red lights in 2017. In 2017 more people ran red lights in October than any other month. • In 2016 808 people were killed and an estimated 137000 were injured in crashes involving red-light running. On average two people died each day in red-light running crashes in the United States in 2016. • When we look at the information from across a decade between 2004-2015 an estimated 10111 people were killed in red-light running related crashes. Between 2011- 2015 719 people died each year in red-light running crashes.

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Stop on Red • Communities that have strict laws against cell phone use show fewer red-light violations 10 that involved distracted driving whereas in communities without such laws over 16 such violations were attributable to distracted driving. Thus strict cell phone bans bring down the risk of distracted driving by nearly 7 percent. Stop On Red is a priority message • More than 3885000 Million drivers ran red lights in 2017. In 2017 more people ran red lights in October than any other month. • In 2016 808 people were killed and an estimated 137000 were injured in crashes involving red-light running. On average two people died each day in red-light running crashes in the United States in 2016. • When we look at the information from across a decade between 2004-2015 an estimated 10111 people were killed in red-light running related crashes. Between 2011- 2015 719 people died each year in red-light running crashes.

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Stop on Red • More than half of the deaths in red-light running crashes are pedestrians and bicyclists apart from occupants in vehicles other than vehicle running the red light. Red-light safety cameras save pedestrians and bicyclists as well. • Azuga has participated in support of the NCSR Stop On Red campaign : https://twitter.com/Azuga_GPS/status/1027603382343585792. Let’s support each other to make it a year round effort to educate drivers cyclists and pedestrians about the danger of red-light running explain the benefits of red-light safety cameras and encourage communities to launch their own local outreach efforts.

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