... representing over 15% of roadway fatalities last year.
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In 2015, over 30% of fatal crashes involved alcohol-impairment
In 2015, 42% of people killed were not buckled up
In 2015, over 30% of fatal crashes involved speeding
Thank you to all who joined with us for the World Day of Remembrance 2016, either by donating shoes or visiting the exhibit! We will continue to collect shoes until we have 1,387 pairs. Shoe donation boxes located at: Oak City Cycling Project (212 E Franklin St., Raleigh, NC) 512 Brickhaven Dr., Raleigh, NC […]
Transportation Secretary Nick Tennyson announced a new initiative championed by Governor Pat McCrory to eliminate roadway deaths in NC. NC Vision Zero seeks to bring together multiple agencies and stakeholders to engineer safer roads, educate all road users, and enforce life-saving traffic laws. Read more about the goals of this initiative from the NCDOT‘s press release.