In an effort to prioritize public health and safety, DC-FSS implores our leaders to pursue creative solutions that enable social distancing on our streets and ensure safe access to essential activities and vital recreation.
On Sunday, November 17, 2019, people impacted by traffic violence and street safety advocates gathered in Washington, DC for the… Read more World Day of Remembrance 2019
Traffic violence is an epidemic which kills 40,000 people and injures 3 million every year in the United States. Families… Read more Demand a plan to end the silence on traffic violence
World Day of Remembrance will be observed Sunday, November 17, 2019 in Washington, DC and in communities around the world.… Read more Vision Zero World Day of Remembrance – Sun, Nov. 17
Today, the DC Council held a public hearing on seven bills introduced this year: The Bicycle Advisory Council Expansion Amendment… Read more DC Families for Safe Streets testifies at DC Council hearing on traffic safety bills
DC Families for Safe Streets is hosting our first meeting specifically for people impacted by traffic violence on Wednesday, October… Read more DC Families for Safe Streets meeting on Wednesday, October 30
This post was updated on September 26, 2019. On Thursday, October 24, 2019, Councilmember Mary M. Cheh, Chairperson of the… Read more Hearing scheduled for Vision Zero bills