April 19, 2021
  • 11:45 am Joint Letter to Congress Calls for ‘Generational’ Infrastructure Investment
  • 11:44 am EPW Hearing Focuses on Highway Trust Fund Solvency Solutions
  • 11:43 am President Biden’s Preliminary FY 2022 Federal Budget Released
  • 11:41 am House T&I Republicans Issue Infrastructure Modernization Bill
  • 11:38 am USDOT Making $1B in Grants Available via RAISE Program

Since 2002, the Street Smart program has worked to raise awareness about pedestrian and bicycle safety in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia; highlighting enforcement of the laws that protect people walking and biking.

The 2019 regional Street Smart event – hosted on behalf of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments by the District of Columbia Department of Transportation in the nation’s capital – focused on ways to reduce pedestrian and bicyclists fatalities, which increased in 2018, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data.

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