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Dallas's "Vision Zero" road safety project stalls: WORTH KNOWING WEDNESDAYS







"In less than five years at least 150 people have been seriously injured in traffic crashes on Buckner, and 24 people have been killed."


"In 2019 the Dallas City Council made a bold pledge: the city would take the first steps toward a goal of eliminating traffic deaths. But, four years after Dallas took its first step on the road to “Vision Zero,” documents obtained by NBC 5 Investigates, and interviews with city officials indicated much of the plan is barely getting off the ground. Meanwhile, some of the city’s deadliest roads have yet to be re-imagined to better protect drivers and pedestrians.'












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