Robert Wunderlich, center director, is interviewed in a Houston Chronicle article looking at traffic safety during the COVID-19 lockdown, notably the uptick in local fatalities related to the increased popularity of bicycles during that time. … [Read more...] about 2020 Was the Year Houstonians Stayed Out of Their Cars and Grabbed a Bike. A Record 34 of Them Died.
A recent survey shows that Cypress Falls students are more likely to engage in risky driving habits than other Texas teens, prompting the school to launch Teens in the Driver Seat (TDS), the nation’s first peer-to-peer safety program for young drivers. More than 400 Texas teens die every year in traffic crashes, by far the number one killer of young people. Texas A&M Transportation Institute researchers attribute the crashes to … [Read more...] about Cypress Falls students launching new safety program after survey shows pattern of risky driving behaviors