The Guaranty Building in Buffalo is a Landmark

Previously known as the Prudential Building, the Guaranty Building in Buffalo, New York, is a landmark that has been recognized as a National Historic Landmark. The structure was designed by Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler, and completed in 1896. It is now one of the oldest office buildings in the United States, and features numerous… Continue reading The Guaranty Building in Buffalo is a Landmark

Automobile Contest Fonts

An automobile contest is a competition among high school students that is held every year. The winners receive scholarships, tools, and a vehicle to use in school. The first such event was held in France on Nov. 18, 1894. The participants were only allowed to drive at a maximum speed of twelve kilometers per hour.… Continue reading Automobile Contest Fonts

The Journal of Traffic Safety

The United States has long been committed to improving traffic safety, including preventing fatal crashes and reducing injuries. The death rate for motor vehicles has decreased from 21.7 per 100 million vehicle miles in 1923 to 1.51 per hundred million vehicle miles in 2002. This decline is largely due to increased numbers of cars and… Continue reading The Journal of Traffic Safety