A Vision Zero Rally to End Traffic Fatalities will be held in Silver Spring Saturday at 10 a.m.
In 2021, 11 pedestrians were killed and 480 people were hit by vehicles while walking or bicycling in Montgomery County, according to Councilmember Evan Glass, who is hosting the event.
A keynote presentation will be given by Chair Jennifer Homendy of the National Transportation Safety Board. Special remarks from Rep. Jamie Raskin will be given as well.
The rally will take place in the Korean Korner parking lot, at 12207 Veirs Mill Rd. in Silver Spring. Attendees can register online in advance.
Last year there were 11 pedestrians killed and 480 people hit while walking or riding their bicycles in Montgomery County. Join me @NTSB Chair @JenniferHomendy, @repraskin and local leaders on Saturday 10am to rally in support of Vision Zero and safer streets. pic.twitter.com/MtZH22reNr
— Councilmember Evan Glass (@CMEvanGlass) February 9, 2022