Stop on Red Week 2016

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The National Coalition for Safer Roads is partnering with organizations and communities across the country to raise awareness about the dangers of red-light running during National Stop on Red Week.

What's happening on Stop On Red Week?

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social-f Facebook: Today National Stop on Red Week.  Show your support, use #StopOnRed2016 this week to get involved and help spread the word. #SafetySavesLives www.atsol.com/stop-on-red-week-2016

 

social-tw Twitter: NCSR supports National Stop on Red Week. Use the hash tag #StoponRed2016 this week to get involved.#SafetySavesLives

 

social-f Facebook: President Melissa Wandall reminds viewers this Stop on Red Week why this week is so important for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians. Watch the video below and share using #StopOnRed2016

 

social-tw Twitter: Pres. @MelissaWandall discusses the importance of #StopOnRed2016 for motorist, #bicyclists & #pedestrians.

 

social-tw Twitter:  Red-light running has many consequences. Don’t put others’ lives in danger and remember to #StopOnRed2016. Learn more: http://www.iihs.org/iihs/news/desktopnews/turning-off-red-light-cameras-costs-lives-new-research-shows

 

social-f Facebook:  Red-light running has many consequences. The National Coalition for Safer Roads is partnering with @ATSolutions to spread awareness about  Stop On Red Week. Help up spread the word by using the hashtag #StopOnRed2016  Get the facts: www.atsol.com/stop-on-red-week-2016

sorw2social-tw Twitter: Red-light running is 100% preventable. Together we can make our roads safer! Help us spread the message by using #StopOnRed2016

 

social-f Facebook:  Red-light running is 100% preventable. Together we can make our roads safer! Help us spread the message by using #StopOnRed2016

 

social-tw Twitter: FACT: In 2014, 709 people were killed and an estimated 126,000 were injured in crashes that involved red-light running. #StopOnRed2016

 

social-f Facebook: FACT: In 2014, 709 people were killed and an estimated 126,000 were injured in crashes that involved red-light running. #StopOnRed2016

social-tw Twitter: Check out the Top 10 Reasons to #StopOnRed2016

 

social-f Facebook: Check out the Top 10 Reasons to #StopOnRed2016

 

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social-f Facebook: National Stop On Red Week may be over, but you can continue to spread the message! Visit us online to see how you can get involved and keep your community safe all year long. #StopOnRed2016 www.ncsrsafety.org  

social-tw Twitter: #StopOnRed2016 may be over, but you can spread the message all year long. Visit www.ncsrsafety.org  for more info! #SafetySavesLives

Red-Light Running
Fatality Map

Red-light running fatalities that occured in cities throughout the United States from 2004-2013

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Top 10 most dangerous cities
for red-light running

Below are the top ten cities that had the highest number of red-light running fatalities between 2004-2013.

  • 1 Houston, TX
  • 2 Phoenix, AZ
  • 3 Los Angeles, CA
  • 4 Las Vegas, NV
  • 5 Chicago, IL
  • 6 Miami, FL
  • 7 Dallas, TX
  • 8 Philadelphia, PA
  • 9 Tucson, AZ
  • 10 Denver, CO

Additional Red-Light Running Resources

Top 10 Reasons to Stop on Red

Safety is the responsibility of every driver — not just during Stop on Red Week, but every day and every time someone gets behind the wheel. Intersection safety is an extremely important aspect of road safety in our community. Here are the top reasons to stop on red based on the most recent statistics about red-light running.

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2015 Trends in Red-Light Running

New research is rapidly emerging about the behaviors of red-light runners and about the technology available to aid in putting an end to red-light running in communities across the United States.

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Data provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS).