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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over: Aug. 19-23
Did you know? Drunk driving is a deadly epidemic that takes the lives of more than 10,000 people each year, on average.
We all know the dangers posed by drunk and impaired driving, so let’s make sure that we are all part of the solution. Take responsibility for your actions and try to help others who may not be making safe choices.
Learn more about the dangers of drunk driving from the National Traffic Safety Administration.
National Stop on Red Week: Aug. 2-8
Did you know? Between 2004-2018, an estimated 11,877 people were killed in crashes related to red-light running according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In 2018, 846 people were killed, and an estimated 139,000 were injured in crashes involving red-light running. IIHS found that about half of red-light running crash deaths involve pedestrians, cyclists and occupants in vehicles struck by the red-light runners.
Learn more about the “Stop on Red” initiative sponsored by the National Coalition for Safer Roads. Obeying all signals and signs is a simple thing that can prevent injury ... or worse.
National Work Zone Awareness Week: April 20-24
A great way to remind everyone of the importance of keeping road workers — and users — safe. We're in this together!