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  • Daylight Savings Time is Dangerous for Pedestrians
    Daylight Savings Time is Dangerous for Pedestrians

    Daylight Savings Time is Dangerous for Pedestrians The rate of pedestrian fatalities is increasing. From 2017 to 2018, pedestrian deaths went up by 14%. In November of 2018, there were 292 pedestrian ...

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  • Back to School Safety: Tips for Students, Parents & Drivers
    Back to School Safety: Tips for Students, Parents & Drivers

    By: Allan M. Siegel A new school year is an exciting time, and while new teachers, courses, and classmates may offer plenty of reason to feel happy about the year ahead, there are as many reasons for ...

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  • Recent Safety Reports Paint Picture of DMV Region’s Dangerous Roads
    Recent Safety Reports Paint Picture of DMV Region’s Dangerous Roads

    By: Dan Hausman There are some troubling trends on the roads of the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Two reports that were recently published provide hard data about the dangerous conditions on the ...

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  • Road Design & Safety: Reducing Auto Accident Risks
    Road Design & Safety: Reducing Auto Accident Risks

    By: Dan Hausman Urban planners and politicians are shifting how streets are designed to increase safety for motorists and pedestrians. The Vision Zero Initiatives of Washington D.C., Montgomery ...

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  • WABA’s Vision Zero Summit Tackles Tough Bicycle & Traffic Accident Issues
    WABA’s Vision Zero Summit Tackles Tough Bicycle & Traffic Accident Issues

    By: Dan Hausman The Washington region Vision Zero Summit is a multi-jurisdictional traffic safety event designed to encourage stakeholders such as local elected officials, policymakers, agency staff, ...

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  • Holiday Accident Risks & Safety Tips
    Holiday Accident Risks & Safety Tips

    By: Dan Hausman The holiday season is a festive and wonderful time. People get a chance to take a break from work, spend some quality time with their families, and engage in family traditions. Sadly, ...

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