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These Are the Most Dangerous Congressional Districts for Pedestrians

The deadliest congressional districts in America are dominated by BIPOC communities — and federal officials need to step up to save the most vulnerable road users.

July 16, 2024

When Victims Die More Than 30 Days After a Crash, They Don’t Count

Nearly a thousand people every year aren't included in federal crash death totals because they didn't succumb to their injuries quickly enough. What will it take to make them count?

June 24, 2024

All The Ways That Car Domination Harms Our Communities (Well, Almost All…)

A new study seeks to quantify everything car culture costs us. Yet there are still more ways that auto-centrism hurts us all.

March 5, 2024

‘World Day of Remembrance’: Let’s Banish ‘Windshield Bias’ and Talk About Car Crashes

A woman blamed for a crash that nearly killed her speaks out about terrible media coverage.

November 20, 2023

Colorado’s Vehicle Weight Fee Could Tame Megacar Crisis — And Protect Vulnerable Road users

The proposal could also dodge many of the political pitfalls that too often kill similar ideas.

October 18, 2023

Why Public Health Officials Must Play a Central Role in Traffic Safety

A new study proposes public health officials and planners treat traffic violence as an epidemiological problem.

August 29, 2023

The Danger of School Streets in One Completely Avoidable Tragedy

The moral of our story is to never give up. Your community deserves nothing less. And activism can bring about real change.

July 11, 2023