SUNDAY, AUGUST 6: Introduction to Stop on Red Week
Innocent lives are lost every day because drivers recklessly decide to run red lights. We must do everything in our power to protect our children, our families and our communities from the callous and dangerous behavior of red-light runners.
A word from our President
Spread the word on social media
Tweet of the Day: We support National Stop on Red Week. Use #StopOnRed2017. Visit https://ncsrsafety.org/stop-on-red/ for more tools.
Facebook Post of the Day: National Stop on Red Week starts TODAY! Show your support by sharing this graphic! Visit https://ncsrsafety.org/stop-on-red/ for graphics and social posts! Want to participate? Use the #StopOnRed2017 to spread the message.
MONDAY, AUGUST 7: Get the Facts
While Stop on Red Week happens only once a year, new information on the dangers of red-light running and other dangerous driving behaviors comes out all year long.
- In 2015, 771 people were killed and 137,000 were injured due to red-light running.
- On average, two people died each day in red-light running crashes in the United States in 2015.