Anne Arundel isn’t the only Maryland locale getting serious about pedestrian safety. October is Pedestrian Safety Month, and the Downtown Baltimore Family Alliance, in conjunction with the Department of Transportation, has launched a new website and a video contest to encourage safe walking habits.
DBFA’s initiatives specifically target young children and teenagers who are at the greatest risk of injury, but the website also includes information on how to report unsafe intersections, as well as a safe driving pledge.
For more information, visit BaltimoreWalks.org
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