WASHINGTON — Fifty-two people were struck and killed by motor vehicles across the D.C. area in 2014. In 2013, 45 were killed. Pedestrian fatalities are on the rise locally and nationally. The latest numbers from police…
With auto companies recalling so many cars, the government has stepped in to keep track of them with a new search tool.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is
proposing new regulations that
would make hybrid and electric vehicles noisier
and safer to pedestrians.
Over 10,000 communities across the country are
continuing the campaign to crack down on drunken
Pedestrian traffic fatalities in the District are
more than four times the national average,
according to a 2010 National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration study released Monday.