December 23, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 18

November 30, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 17

Driver education increases teen drivers and fatal crashes

November 8, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 16

NHTSA rejects delay efforts of bumper standard

Quotes from Capitol Hill

NTSB opposes lowered highway design standards

DOT plans renewed speed limit campaign

October 13, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 15

Efforts to boost proper use of infant restraints fail

Detroit belt use push not working

Fact sheet summarizes belt use research

Safety board urges change in parkway barriers

September 26, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 14

Foundation asks court review of Adams' ruling

August 15, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 13

Quoted without comment

July 26, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 12

FHWA releases new barrier standard

June 29, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 11

NHTSA considers bumper standard changes

Property damage reduction bumper requirements

GAO: truck safety program ineffective

June 16, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 10

NHTSA sets electric vehicle safety meeting

Wage and price panel supports passive performance standard

May 31, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 9

May 17, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 8

May 9, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 7

March 29, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 6

March 15, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 5

March 2, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 4

February 14, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 3

February 3, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 2

REPRINT: 'The New York Times' The air bag decision

In effort to force standard, House introduces passive restraint bill

NHTSA proposes titling rules to prevent thefts

Update: Highway engineer responsibility

FHWA bans use of timber barricades in roadway work zones

Trees elected HLDI board chairman

January 10, 1977 |Volume 12, Number 1

HLDI releases loss data for 1976 cars

NTSB official: highway engineers must be made accountable

76's largest recall typifies pros and cons of NHTSA

National Transportation Safety Board reorganized

Correction to spinal cord injury book

Knapp chosen IIHS board chairman

Burn deaths for children decrease, perhaps due to more wearing pants, study says

Reports detail Australian belt experience