“100 Days of Summer Heat” in Georgia:
Taming Georgia’s High-Speed Driving Culture

IMGXYZ825IMGZYX uring fall 2003 the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported average interstate speeds in Georgia as the highest recorded in the country. Eighty-five miles per hour in a 55-mile-per-hour zone was the norm, not the exception. Behind the scenes in state highway safety, Georgia’s most current crash data verified the phenomenon: speed was exceeding impaired drivers as … Continue reading “100 Days of Summer Heat” in Georgia:
Taming Georgia’s High-Speed Driving Culture