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The Robeson County Vision Zero task force is North Carolina’s first countywide Vision Zero coalition. It’s made up of a variety of community stakeholders, including locally elected officials, the hospital administration, first-responders, UNC-Pembroke and law enforcement who want to improve the driving habits of their community. Grady Hunt is the task force chairman. He is a Pembroke attorney and a member of the N.C. Board of Transportation. He can be reached at gradyh@huntbrookslaw.com.

Quick Facts

Robeson County has the highest death rate per registered vehicle in North Carolina.

Over the last five years, over 42% of the people killed on Robeson County roads were not wearing a seat belt.

News

May 31, 2019 • News
NC’s deadliest county aims to reduce highway deaths to zero

(News & Observer) February 2018

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May 31, 2019 • News
Robeson County has the worst crash rating in state, NCDOT wants to change that

(WWAY) February 13, 2018

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May 31, 2019 • News
Task Force’s Goal: Zero Road Deaths

(The Robesonian) February 15, 2018

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May 31, 2019 • News
Robeson County officials work to combat driving deaths

(Raycom Media) February 15, 2018

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