People PlacesPeople Places -- Stop the War on Pedestrians and Bicyclists

During 2011 in the United States, 32,367 people died in traffic crashes.
4,432 of these people were pedestrians.

--Fatality Analysis Reporting System, US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Take Action

  1. Stop car-first politicians.
  2. Champion practices that can improve safety for all road users and tip the balance back toward people versus favoring cars.
  3. Practice and advocate for pedestrian and bicycle safety.
  4. Practice and advocate for safety as a driver.
  5. Support Vision Zero, a goal of having 0 traffic fatalities and severe injuries.

References

  • "Another Study Shows That Narrow Is Safer Than Wide for Traffic Lanes," by Irvin Dawid, Planetizen, August 12, 2015.
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