It’s About Minimizing Risk
What we’re going to see with more people retiring to our state, particularly our beach areas, are more people who are of advancing age on our roadways. Our greatest concern is their ability to drive safely....We’re really looking at how to reduce their risk of being in a crash.
—Andrea Summers, formerly of the Delaware Office of Highway Safety
WHYY’s broadcast area covers almost 3 million households, and it is the primary PBS-member station serving southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and all of Delaware.
WHYY also used excerpts from the show on its Delaware Public Affairs show “First” that aired on January 15 at 5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m., and the show is available to viewers “On Demand.” Check the WHYY schedule for additional air times.
In addition to the documentary and this website, other campaign features include the following radio and television public service announcements and a five-minute campaign video preview.
In Their Own Words
Campaign Video Preview
Public Service Announcements
Each of the following video and audio PSAs is 30 seconds in length. Audios are in MP3 format.
The “Safe and Mobile Delaware” campaign coordinators thank the Modern Maturity Center, Wilmington Senior Center, the Newark Senior Center, and the Georgetown CHEER Center, for their help and cooperation in preparing the video. A special thanks to participants of these centers who volunteered to share their driving experiences and stories.
Thanks to Teleduction of Wilmington, Del., for producing the videos and the public service announcements.
Thanks as well to the following agencies for contributing to the video.