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  • Back to ‘traffic safety’ school

    As kids get back in the routine of getting to and from school, it’s a good time for parents to discuss traffic safety. The beginning of the school year is a time when children are at an increased risk of transportation-related injuries from pedestrian, bicycle, school bus and motor vehicle crashes.

  • School’s in session – drive and walk with care

    As summer ends and kids head back to school, traffic in the D.C. area will increase along with safety concerns. Here are some tips for drivers to make back-to-school safer for everyone.

  • Get a grip on aggressive driving

    Aggressive driving is one of the most dangerous problems on our roads today. Statistics show aggressive driving is a factor in nearly one-third of all crashes, injuries and fatalities nationally.

  • Don’t wait to walk in DC, but wait for the walk

    The District is a great place to be active, especially in the summer, but it’s important to make sure you obey the rules of the road.

  • Click It or Ticket: Make seat belt use a daily habit

    From May 21 to June 3, the Metropolitan Police Department is joining the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and law enforcement agencies nationwide for the 2018 Click It or Ticket enforcement mobilization.

  • Going out this weekend? Here are some tips to get home safely

    The number of fatalities from alcohol-impaired crashes over the Cinco de Mayo holiday period has steadily decreased over the past five years. Continue to keep this trend going in the right direction by following these tips.

  • 5 ways to ensure your New Year’s is safe

    Almost half of all car crashes on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day are due to an impaired driver. There are several ways that you can help ensure that you and your loved ones are safe this New Year’s.

  • A DUI costs what!?

    Not only can impaired driving have devastating and deadly consequences, it also puts you in a position to be arrested for DUI. The legal and financial costs of getting a DUI are significant.

  • Tips to avoid a DUI in D.C.

    The holidays are a festive time for people filled with parties and celebrating but these celebrations can end in too much alcohol consumption by party-goers. Here are some ways to avoid getting a D.U.I this holiday season.

  • Five Reasons You Don’t Need A Car in D.C.

    This article is sponsored by District Department of Transportation If you are ready to ditch high car insurance rates, paying for gas, the cost of parking and trips to the mechanic for easier and healthier…

  • Don’t Wait to Walk in DC, But Wait for the Walk

    This article is sponsored by the District Department of Transportation Studies show that walking for as little as 20 minutes a day helps with weight loss, strengthens your heart, increases your energy and boosts your…

  • Oldest vehicle safety technology is still one of the best

    This content is sponsored by District Department of Transportation While there have been significant advances in technology in recent years in automotives – including advances in brakes, forward collision technology and back up cameras –…