August 1, 2009
Driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) is a major contributor to traffic crashes and fatalities, with nearly 17,000 lives lost in the United States each year due to alcohol-related crashes. Over the last four decades the United States has joined the rest of the industrialized world in implementing a modern DUI enforcement system based on the well-established relationship of driving impairment to the level of alcohol in the blood.
March 14, 2013
Program Result Report
Researchers studied public health policies in New York City and elsewhere, including bans on transfats, limits on exhaust emissions, and taxes on sugar-sweetened beverages, to determine how best to move such policies through the political process.
September 1, 2011
This brief provides select preliminary research results, preliminary analyses, and policy implications for the implementation of the national Safe Routes to School program in Texas.