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New Vehicular Homicide Law Highlighted during Alabama Work Zone Awareness Event
AL.com: The law, signed by Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey last May, makes it a Class C felony for someone convicted of vehicular homicide that is not a DUI. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, under Alabama law, falls under harsher sentencing guidelines. 

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Driving Safely In and Around Work Zones: Be Alert and Expect the Unexpected
ARTBA Work Zone Safety Consortium: In 2016, large trucks were involved in 27% of fatal work zone crashes, and 29% of work zone fatalities. Over the past 5 years, over 3,300 persons have died nationally in work zones.

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ALDOT, Tuscaloosa to introduce Smart Work Zone
WVTM 13's Chip Scarborough explains the improvements drivers in Tuscaloosa can expect in 2018.

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Highway Worker Safety - A Synthesis of Highway Practice
The National Cooperative Highway Research Program released a report to identify how state departments of transportation (DOTs) implement policies using highway worker safety and health data to reduce injuries and manage risk. 

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New Look and Expanded Content for WorkZoneSafety.gov
                                                                         

The world’s largest online resource dedicated to improving safety in roadway construction zones has moved to the next level with the launch of a brand new website, expanded content and a new search function to make it easier for its users to access critical information.

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