Teen Driving, Walking to School and 100 Years Construction Employers Association

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Are you worried sick when your teen is driving or when you're sharing the road with a new driver? There's good reason. The Centers for Disease Control says car accidents are the number one cause of death for teens. Nighttime is the worst; half of teen crashes occur between 9pm and midnight, but distracted driving is all too common in the daylight too. On The Sound of Ideas, how to make driving safer for teens. Then, we'll turn to pedestrian safety. What walkers and drivers need to know. And finally, the Construction Employers Association turns 100. Join us.

Guests: 

-Jennifer Walker, Safe Communities Coordinator, University Hospitals Rainbow Injury Prevention Center

-David Kammerman, Patrolman with the Community Engagement Unit, Berea Police Department

-Mandy Nagle, Safe Kids of Greater Cleveland Coordinator, University Hospitals Rainbow Injury Prevention Center

-Audrey Holtzman, Safe Routes To School Grant Writer and Director of Public Relations, Euclid City Schools

-Don Dreier, Donley’s Construction, Past President of Construction Employers Association

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