Please join us on Sunday, November 20, 2022 at 3pm at the Nottingham Elementary parking lot off of Little Falls Road.

Attendance is open to the public.

The WDoR is an international annual event to remember the millions of people killed and injured in traffic crashes around the world. In the case of Little Falls Road, Ms. Hayes, an 85 year old woman, was crashed into while in a crosswalk and killed by a driver of a car. This is the third pedestrian fatality in 5 years in the Little Falls Road / Williamsburg neighborhood.

Motor vehicle crashes are preventable, yet they continue to be a leading cause of death in the United States. We call on our elected officials and state and local transportation officials to do everything in their power to stop the pain, suffering, and tragic outcomes that result from traffic violence.

We want to use this World Day of Remembrance to ask that public funds be used to end the soaring crisis on our roadways. With the recent passage of the federal Infrastructure bill, we have an historic opportunity to direct billions of dollars towards fixing deadly roads and improving walking and biking conditions – in all communities.

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