The no turn on red changes require public comment, which is open through Feb. 5. Comments could support or oppose the change specific intersections, or speak more broadly, such as calls for the ban to apply at even more intersections.
A weeklong traffic enforcement blitz is underway throughout D.C., prompted by concerns over a spike in traffic-related fatalities over 2017.
D.C. residents and officials envision a time when the number of pedestrian deaths falls to zero, but with several recent fatal collisions, many are beginning to question why progress has been so slow.
Mayor Muriel Bowser’s plan includes education campaigns on rules of the road, stiffer penalties and enforcement of violations by drivers, walkers and cyclists.
WASHINGTON — The number of traffic fatalities involving pedestrians has increased nationwide, according to a new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association. According to the report, 4,735 pedestrians were killed in 2013, the most…
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