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Because motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of worker fatalities, OSHA and DOT are teaming up to combat distracted driving. OSHA's David Michaels has details.
Drivers may be lowering their phones so police can't see them texting. As a result, their eyes aren't on the road.
A new federally-funded study to be unveiled at a US Department of Transportation summit Tuesday is expected to empower states to more strictly enforce distracted driving laws.
Frederick County government is taking steps to reduce employee cell phone use while driving.
The study, released by the Pew Research Center, finds that one in four adults have texted while driving. A similar Pew Center study found the same number of teenagers have engaged in the same behavior.
Alcohol is a factor in fatal crashes involving adults, while texting appears to be a factor in accidents where teens are killed.
A new report finds Maryland, Virginia and D.C. have made distracted driving a safety and an educational issue.
Maryland's new cell phone law goes into effect in six months, banning talking on cell phones without a hands-free device.