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A Revitalization Plan for Gulfton-Sharpstown

From October 2017 through January 2018, Connect Community and partners brought together over 70 organizations, neighborhood groups, and public agencies to strategize an action plan for Gulfton-Sharpstown. Four workgroups of stakeholders worked collaboratively to create visions for housing affordability and quality, transportation access and safety, community health and wellness, and education and workforce development.

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Accelerating Road Safety Outcomes Through Data and Digital Innovation

Last week, we got the opportunity to co-host a @wef roundtable on accelerating road safety through data and digital innovation. Many thanks to everyone who made this such a great event. @abinbev @Sustainia @fia

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NOTICIAS DE SEGURIDAD VIAL DE LA SEMANA

Last week, CalAmp CEO, Michael Burdiek was appointed to Together for Safer Roads’ board. Additionally, mayor Muriel E. Bowser has selected a transportation policy veteran to lead the district’s ambitious plan to dramatically reduce traffic fatalities.

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NOTICIAS DE SEGURIDAD VIAL DE LA SEMANA

Last week, TSR president David Braunstein explains how appropriate technologies have the ability to help reduce collisions with first responders and ensure they get to the incident quickly and safely. Additionally, traffic deaths may be down under Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero program, but there are more crashes since the program began and a steadily rising injury toll, according to NYPD data.

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Visión Cero no es un eslogan o lema, sino un cambio hacia la seguridad vial para todos

Visión Cero se erige sobre la creencia ética de que todos merecemos estar seguros en nuestras comunidades; hace falta un enfoque de Safe Systems para la seguridad vial.

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NOTICIAS DE SEGURIDAD VIAL DE LA SEMANA

La semana anterior, Together for Safer Roads apoyó la seguridad vial con AB InBev en Shanghái por el cuarto año consecutivo. Además, ha habido un progreso mediante la legislación sobre seguridad; sin embargo, los choques de tránsito continúan siendo la causa principal de muerte entre niños y adultos jóvenes.

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