2010 ENA National Scorecard on State Roadway Laws: A Blueprint for Injury Prevention
The “2010 ENA National Scorecard on State Roadway Laws: A Blueprint for Injury Prevention” is the third in a biennial series of updated reports and advocacy efforts begun in 2006 designed to reach lawmakers and the public. The scorecard aims to advance evidence-based prevention interventions and laws to enable better understanding of acceptable risk, of making smart and informed decisions and of implementing reasonable precautionary measures.
The “2010 ENA National Scorecard on State Roadway Laws: A Blueprint for Injury Prevention” is a tool to empower ENA members, public health and highway safety professionals and the public at large to engage in collaborative efforts that encourage lawmakers to pass research-based laws protecting people from roadway-related injuries focused on developing specific state laws to prevent injury and save lives.
To view and download the 2010 ENA National Scorecard materials, click on the links below:
ENA members can access scorecard-related promotional materials via our Members Only page.