NTSB announces agenda for forum on substance-impaired driving

Washington – The National Transportation Safety Board recently announced the agenda for its first-ever substance-impaired driving forum, scheduled for May 15-16 in Washington.

Panelists are slated to discuss how alcohol and drugs affect motorists; offer descriptions of people who drive impaired; provide a scope of the problem; and report the challenges in collecting data on substance-impaired drivers.

The forum is open to the public and will be streamed online via webcast.

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