[Statement of John E. Fogarty on highway traffic safety]
Highway traffic deaths were starting to emerge as a significant public health problem during the 1950s; as Fogarty stated
here, the states were not addressing the problem adequately. The committee's investigations would ultimately lead to federal
funding for myriad traffic safety improvements, from signs to emergency responder equipment such as ambulances.
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1957-01-09 (January 9, 1957)
Fogarty, John E.
Original Repository: Phillips Memorial Library, Special and Archival Collections at Providence College