Tucson, Arizona 2021-10-18 10:06:00 –
Tucson (KVOA) —Last year was one of the deadliest years on Tucson’s roads, traffic authorities are now working with local law enforcement agencies to prevent road deaths.
The City of Tucson Transport and Mobility Department and the Tucson Police Station are focused on education.
Of the 88 road fatalities in Tucson, 23 were motorcycles, 29 were vehicles and 32 were pedestrians, according to data from the agency.
The Ministry of Transport said its goal was to reduce unnecessary collisions and deaths on Tucson roads through education.
“These messages and statistics come from social media, bus shelters and bus wraps,” said Erica Frazel, a transportation and mobility spokeswoman. “We want everyone traveling on the road to be attentive to each other.”
Officials said they hope that the combination of cities with construction, design and safety perspectives and TPDs on the road every day can bring about some prevention and change.
“We’re all trying to get somewhere else on the road, and in reality we’re just doing our part to keep everyone safe,” Frazel said. Told.
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